Archer Magazine is an award-winning print publication about sexuality, gender and identity. We publish first-person narratives from people at the intersections of LGBTIQA+ communities, and our images and design team do an incredible job of filling the publication with stunning images of diverse bodies and identities. We have won several awards, including a UN Media Peace Prize for our issue on ageing. We publish photography and artwork by people from marginalised backgrounds with a focus on people who identify as First Nations, queer, sex workers, people of colour, and those living with disability and/or chronic illness. We publish three image essays per issue along with commissioned and curated artwork to accompany each article.