Issue 64 is on sale, it's rammed full of top stuff, including life advice from Sleater-Kinney (and Portlandia) founder Carrie Brownstein, a mob of Melbourne lads who want you to help squish grapes for your own wine, and some sewn-together book characters that might make you grin like an idiot. We have a look at street style from Tehran and some rebelliously coloured houses from Hungary (there's also a little trip to Mexico in there as well). Plus chats with an actress who divides her time between jobs in Sydney and family in Arnhem Land, and a bunch of creative father-daughter companies mixing business with relations. There's a guide to photographing your favourite dog or cat, and a very important meditation on the relative merits of pasta shapes (spoiler alert: shells lose). We try to get our heads around the world of zero-waste living, and tread warily into the sometimes bonkers world of Pride and Prejudice reimaginings – may contain zombies and pirates. Plus there's all the usual frankie shenanigans: pretty pictures, arty bits, crafted fun, swoony fashion and lots of things to make you laugh and think. Hope you enjoy!