Meanjin Vol. 68, No.1

Sophie Cunningham (editor)
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Meanjin Vol. 68, No.1
Meanjin Vol. 68, No.1

Published

1 March 2009

ISBN

9780522856255

Weight

338g

Size

235mm x 157mm

Imprint

Meanjin

Meanjin Vol. 68, No.1

Sophie Cunningham (editor)
Features new writing by Declan Kelly, Nam Le, Mark Dapin, Lynden Hyatt, John Kinsella, Louise Swinn, Clive James, Dorothy Porter, and more.
In the March edition of Meanjin, Declan Kelly gives us the low-down on Melbourne's music scene, Nam Le tells us why he likes to take readers to the edge-then leave them there, Humphrey McQueen looks at what's happening to the Australian Public Library system, Beth Driscoll considers the new literary prizes on the block, George Dunford takes us inside the Australian graphic novel scene, Mark Dapin dishes the dirt on celebrity journalism, Joshua Tyree takes us on his annual pilgrimage to Ground Zero, Sian Prior describes how debilitating shyness can be, Adrienne Eberhard leads us through the maze of a breast cancer diagnosis, Ross Gibson gives us a fresh take on Patyegarang and William Dawes, Stephen Jones describes the work of one of Meanjin's most-loved and used artists, Stanislaw Ostoja-Kotkowski, and we reprint A. A. Phillips great essay from 1955 on the cultural cringe. Includes fiction by Lynden Hyatt, John…
In the March edition of Meanjin, Declan Kelly gives us the low-down on Melbourne's music scene, Nam Le tells us why he likes to take readers to the edge-then leave them there, Humphrey McQueen looks at what's happening to the Australian Public Library system, Beth Driscoll considers the new literary prizes on the block, George Dunford takes us inside the Australian graphic novel scene, Mark Dapin dishes the dirt on celebrity journalism, Joshua Tyree takes us on his annual pilgrimage to Ground Zero, Sian Prior describes how debilitating shyness can be, Adrienne Eberhard leads us through the maze of a breast cancer diagnosis, Ross Gibson gives us a fresh take on Patyegarang and William Dawes, Stephen Jones describes the work of one of Meanjin's most-loved and used artists, Stanislaw Ostoja-Kotkowski, and we reprint A. A. Phillips great essay from 1955 on the cultural cringe. Includes fiction by Lynden Hyatt, John Kinsella, Louise Swinn and newcomer Daniel Kent, and poetry by Clive James and Dorothy Porter.

Sophie Cunningham

Sophie Cunningham is the author of two novels, Geography and Bird, and the non-fiction books, Melbourne and more recently Warning: The Story of Cyclone Tracy. She was also the editor of Meanjin and was, until recently, the chair of the Australian Council's literature board.

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