Southern Semiotic Review was founded in 2013, and has published over 70 contributions from over 50 authors. It has an established editorial team. It aims to meet a need for a dedicated journal of its kind in Australia and its region of the world. It also has an inclusive international reach.
The Australian Semiotic Circle was recently launched, to meet a need for an informal, inclusive association. Its supporters are members of the International Association of Semiotic Studies (IASS), and affiliation with that body will sought. It aspires to coordinate national and international contact, publication and meetings. The ASC welcomes inquires and affiliations.
Foundation members: Susan Petrilli, Paul Ryder, Geoffrey Sykes