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Burley Issue Three


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Canary Press Story Magazine


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Contrappasso Magazine


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Don Watson on the US Election: Quarterly Essay 63
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"In Quarterly Essay 63, with characteristic wit and acuity, Don Watson takes us on a journey into the heart of the United States in the year 2016. Plunging into the apparent chaos of the presidential campaign and tracing America's recent pas

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Firing Line: Australia's Path to War: Quarterly Essay 62
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"Going to war may be the gravest decision a nation and its leaders make. At the moment, Australia is at war with ISIS. We also live in a region that has become much more volatile, as China asserts itself and America seeks to hold the line.

Brown, James
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Future Perfect #1 magazine


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Granta 115 The F Word
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Women in the twenty-first century - from Kent to Accra - still live in a world in which the balance of power remains tipped towards men. This bold, political issue of Granta will explore this dynamic from a wide varie

Freeman, John
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Granta 136
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What happens after you fall in love? The essays and fiction in this issue of Granta look at the risk and reward of loving someone. 'Whatever Happened to Interracial Love' by the late African-American filmmaker Kathlee

Rausing, Sigrid
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Granta 137 Followers
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When does a movement become a cult? In this issue we focus on faith, on the appeal of surrendering oneself to a higher power, of becoming a follower. What's the difference between conviction, groupthink and madness? In

Rausing, Sigrid
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Griffith Review 49: New Asia Now
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The Asian century is in full swing, generating unprecedented economic and social power. In coming decades this will profoundly change the world, and the lives of all those living in the world's most populous region. New Asia Now features ou

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Griffith Review 50: Tall Tales Short
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'I believe the novella is the perfect form of prose fiction. It is the beautiful daughter of a rambling, bloated, ill-shaven giant (but a giant who's a genius on his best days). And this child is the means by which many first know our greate

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Griffith Review 51: Fixing the System
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Griffith Review 51: Fixing the System sets out to examine Australia's political and social system and to investigate why so many believe it to be unfit for the purpose. While Australia has never been richer, its people better educated and th

Schultz, Julianne
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Griffith Review 52: Imagining the Future
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Australian politics and national life are trapped in a permanent present. There are few opportunities to imagine the future, and even fewer to create it. Politics, commerce, media all focus relentlessly on the here and now. This breeds a cor

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Griffith Review 54: The Novella Project IV: Earthly Delights
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"Griffith Review once again turns its attention to the fast-growing novella form with its annual edition dedicated to the five winning entries from our fourth novella competition. Past editions have featured both outstanding established wri

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Island Magazine


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Island magazine #139


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Island Magazine 136/137


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Island Magazine 143


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Meanjin Vol 74, No 4
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Meanjin Vol 75 No 4
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Meanjin Vol 75, No 2

The Meanjin winter issue takes on the culture wars. It's an essential primer in this election season written by Melbourne academic Mark Davis, the man who brought you Gangland, the book that revealed the baby boomer cultural monopoly. Now Davis

Green, Jonathan
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Meanjin Vol 75, No 3

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Meanjin Vol 75, No. 1

In the Autumn issue of Meanjin Australian literary legend Gerald Murnane explains what a long and complex sentence can do for meaning. We explore the cracks between the gender binary, wonder what it is that makes regional Australia tick, and lo

Green, Jonathan
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Meanjin Vol. 73, No. 1
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The March 2014 issue of Meanjin is full of outsiders, revolutionaries and dissenters. We discover a lost archive of photographs of Charmian Clift on and George Johnson on Hydra in an essay by Paul Genoni and Tanya Dalziell, while James Dougl

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Meanjin Vol. 73, No. 2

Sanders, Zora
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Meanjin Vol. 73, No. 3

In the September issue of Meanjin, Anwyn Crawford investigates the tough choices and cruel realities of supporting a family on the single parent pension, Helen Idle tries to figure out what kind of Australia is being exhibited in London, Trevor

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New Philosopher magazine 14


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Poems 2013

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Poetic Justice


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Prosper or Perish Griffith Review 29
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If Australia's population is to almost double by 2050, we face challenges of extraordinary dimensions economic, social and environmental. Coping with this growth demands visionary planning and insights from the rich history of immigrat

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Quarterly Essay 36 Australian Story - Kevin Rudd and the Lucky Country
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Quarterly Essay 44 Man-Made World : Choosing Between Progress and Planet

'We shouldn't be too hard on ourselves,' my German colleague said to me. 'We have to be realistic about the problem. The world is split between those who want to save the planet and those who want to save themselves.' In QE44 , Andrew Charlton

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Quarterly Essay 61: Balancing Act
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In this urgent essay, George Megalogenis argues that Australia risks becoming globalisation's next and most unnecessary victim. The next shock, whenever it comes, will find us with our economic guard down, and a political system that has shr

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Stan Grant on Indigenous Futures: Quarterly Essay Issue 64
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In Quarterly Essay 64, Stan Grant takes a deep and passionate look at Indigenous futures, in particular the fraught question of remote communities. Moving beyond simplistic talk of "lifestyle choices," Grant explores what makes for a susta

Grant, Stan
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Sturgeon Issue 1


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Unfinished Business
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Western women today have unprecedented freedom and power. In Australia we have a female prime minister and governor-general; women are at the forefront of almost every area of public life. Yet when Julia Gillard's misogyny speech ricocheted

Goldsworthy, Anna
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Womankind Magazine #10 nov 2016 -feb 2017


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Womankind Magazine #9 Aug-Oct 2016


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