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ESK – our official magazine

Esperanto sub la Suda Kruco


The official newsletter of the Australian Esperanto Association – as well as the New Zealand Esperanto Association – is Esperanto sub la Suda Kruco (ESK) (in English: Esperanto under the Southern Cross). It is full of information about current local Esperanto events, latest book reviews, internet tips, jokes, competitions, hints for beginners, and many other useful and interesting features.

Members of AEA  receive this fun and informative journal. For information about becoming an AEA member, see our membership page.

Current issue

Volume 26 [1], number 130: March 2018
(All articles in Esperanto)

Foreword, David Ryan (Wellington)
An island worth visiting: King Island, Heather Heldzingen (Melbourne)
2084, Bob Felby (Adelaide)
Excursion to Borobudur, Kam Lee (Hobart)
Language humour, Paul Desailly (Adelaide)
Excursions to the nature park of Mount Merapi, Kam Lee (Hobart)
The difference between the Bahai faith and other world religions, Paul Desailly (Adelaide)
Finally, chocolate!, Katja Steele (Adelaide)
A surprising little country: Malta, David Ryan (Wellington)
Why I became an Esperantist and why I love to write songs in Esperanto, Suzanne Palmer-holton (Melbourne)
A literary storm in Esperanto-land: the publication of Hamlet by Len Newell, Charles Stevenson (Adelaide)
Leaving, Terry Manley (NSW)


The Australian Esperantist (La Aŭstralia Esperantisto) – second series

(Predecessor to ESK)

La Rondo

(Predecessor to The Australian Esperantist – second series)

La Informilo

(Predecessor to La Rondo)

The Australian Esperantist (La Aŭstralia Esperantisto) – first series

(Predecessor to La Informilo)

Some other issues may also be available on request, as PDF documents. For more information, please contact info@esperanto.org.au.

Sending of articles to ESK

Articles – or folders containing articles and photos – can be sent to ESK via esk2@esperanto.org.au.