A selection of previously published and forthcoming work by John Stubley


The Poetic Future and the New Sphinx: Re-imagining the World, Re-imagining Ourselves (Forthcoming).



“The Light of Home,” in The Kid on the Karaoke Stage and Other StoriesPerth, Australia: Fremantle PressMay, 2011.


“A Perfect Circle.” LiNQ 30, no. 1 (May 2003): 108-114.

“perf.” Westerly 49 (Nov 2004): 190-194.

“by the front doors of notre dame de paris.” indigo 1 (Winter 2007): 24-27.

“nullarbor plains.” indigo 2 (Autumn 2008): 36.

“same thing said in words.” indigo 2 (Autumn 2008): 69-70.



How Can we Balance our Ideals with our Everyday Lives?” networkm/, 2008.

Poeticisation of the Human Being and the World: The Future Poetry and the Poetic Future.”, September 17, 2009.

The New Pharaohs of Egypt and the World.” / /, February 11, 2011.

And the Stars Amongst Our Human Lights.”, May, 2011.

Between a Burning London and a Frozen Society: Time to Build a Human World.” Sri Lanka Guardian / / Care 2 / Ephemersi 360 / Global Peace and Justice Auckland / World News Independent Media, August 11-12, 2011.

Wall Street and Beyond: Occupying the World, Occupying Ourselves.”, October 6, 2011 /, November, 2011.

New Civil Rights, New Civilisation.”, November 22 / Das Goetheanum, January, 2012.

The Life and Death of Social Change,” Takoja, June, 2012.

And the Flesh Becomes Word: The Art of ‘We’, the Art of Community, the Art of the Future.” We-Magazine, June, 2012.

Money Dreaming: Everyone is a Banker,” Adbusters / Sphere / Das Goetheanum / associate! / Trigonal, Nov, 2012 – Mar, 2013.

Unpacking the Suitcase: Journeys into Higher Education,” Adbusters, May, 2013.

Australia’s Other Changing Climate,” Adbusters, July/August, 2013.

The Christmas Gift: Everything I Have I Owe to Others,” Takoja, December, 2013.

The Wind Has Shifted,” Biodynamics USA Journal, Spring, 2014.

The Mystery of Mystery: Flight MH 370,” Sphere, June, 2014.

Keeping Climate Change on the Global Agenda,” NNA News, Oct, 2014.



“Too Many Stars (creative component); and The Road Best Travelled: Thematic and Formal Quests in On the Road and ‘Too Many Stars,” (critical component).” Honours thesis, University of Western Australia, 2005.

“the lonely and the road” (novel) “What’s your road, man?”: my experiences with the life and work of Jack Kerouac in relation to the development of “the lonely and the road” (exegesis). PhD thesis, Murdoch University, 2009.



See work in The West Australian Newspaper, The Fremantle Herald, The Curtin Independent.



See interview on the English riots (roughly translated as “See the Heavy“) conducted by Mohammad Farajian, and published, in Persian, by Iran’s Borhan News Agency (, August 24, 2011. (Full, English version available here.)

See interview on the Occupy Wall Street movement conducted by Hildegard Backhaus, and published, in the German-language newsletter ‘Transparenz,’ by Switzerland’s Freie Gemeinshaftsbank (, December, 2011. (Full, English version available here).



See John’s Page as part of The Jack Kerouac Project of Orlando Florida.



“The tale of three fools, a little blue bird, a maiden and remarkable honey.” Humouresque choreorgaphed and directed by Live Sem. Performed in Switzerland and Germany, 2009 and 2010.