Meanjin Vol. 67, No 2

Sophie Cunningham (editor)
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Meanjin Vol. 67, No 2
Meanjin Vol. 67, No 2

Published

1 June 2008

ISBN

9780522855586

Weight

307g

Size

234mm x 158mm

Imprint

Meanjin

Meanjin Vol. 67, No 2

Sophie Cunningham (editor)
You might notice a few changes in the next edition of Meanjin, now that new editor Sophie Cunningham has taken the helm.
The June edition will include the first of what will be regular author interviews, the first with author and poet Luke Davies.

As well, writer and performance artist Fiona McGregor, inspired by a recent trip to Poland, examines the concept of decadence; Paul Mitchell considers violence between brothers; designer and typesetter Ampersand Duck tells us the story behind the cover of Michelle de Kretser's The Lost Dog; and we publish the first of several extracts from Kate Fielding's extraordinary graphic history of the colonisation of Port Campbell, Their hooks find hold deep in our flesh (with illustrations by Mandy Ord). Memoir writing includes Vanessa Russell on growing up with the Exclusive Brethern, and that pre-punk sixties musician, Pip Proud, tells us the story of himself. It will include fiction by Robert Drew, Tim Richards and Abigail Ulman and poetry by Rose Lucas and Andrew Sant.
The June edition will include the first of what will be regular author interviews, the first with author and poet Luke Davies.

As well, writer and performance artist Fiona McGregor, inspired by a recent trip to Poland, examines the concept of decadence; Paul Mitchell considers violence between brothers; designer and typesetter Ampersand Duck tells us the story behind the cover of Michelle de Kretser's The Lost Dog; and we publish the first of several extracts from Kate Fielding's extraordinary graphic history of the colonisation of Port Campbell, Their hooks find hold deep in our flesh (with illustrations by Mandy Ord). Memoir writing includes Vanessa Russell on growing up with the Exclusive Brethern, and that pre-punk sixties musician, Pip Proud, tells us the story of himself. It will include fiction by Robert Drew, Tim Richards and Abigail Ulman and poetry by Rose Lucas and Andrew Sant.
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