Meanjin Vol 73, No. 4

Zora Sanders (editor)
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Meanjin Vol 73, No. 4

Published

15 December 2014

ISBN

9780522864649

Pages

224

Weight

428g

Size

239mm x 170mm

Imprint

Meanjin

Meanjin Vol 73, No. 4

Zora Sanders (editor)
In the December issue of Meanjin, Ashlynne McGhee finds hope in a new generation of young journalists, James Douglas looks at George RR Martin's distinctive gift for narrative acrobatics, Katherine Hattam exhibits a series of works about the forgotten places in our cities, plus we present a host of new fiction, memoir, essay and poetry.
In this issue: Pip Newling, Drew Rooke, Jacinta Mulders, Ashlynne McGhee, Cathy Perkins, Briohny Doyle, Lucy Salt, J.R. Douglas, Jenny Sinclair, Subhash Jaireth, Goldie Goldbloom, MB Cahill, A.S. Patric, Jo Lennan, Tegan Bennett Daylight, Juan Marsé, Nadiah Abdulrahim, Katherine Hattam, Chris Wallace-Crabbe, Sophie Quick, Roderick St George, Caroline Ross, Andrew Landsown, Lidija Simkute, Glenn McPherson, David Brooks, Todd Turner, James Gering, Barry Hill, Jordie Albiston, John Kinsella, Peter Coghill, Eileen Chong, Rico Craig.
In the December issue of Meanjin, Ashlynne McGhee finds hope in a new generation of young journalists, James Douglas looks at George RR Martin's distinctive gift for narrative acrobatics, Katherine Hattam exhibits a series of works about the forgotten places in our cities, plus we present a host of new fiction, memoir, essay and poetry.
In this issue: Pip Newling, Drew Rooke, Jacinta Mulders, Ashlynne McGhee, Cathy Perkins, Briohny Doyle, Lucy Salt, J.R. Douglas, Jenny Sinclair, Subhash Jaireth, Goldie Goldbloom, MB Cahill, A.S. Patric, Jo Lennan, Tegan Bennett Daylight, Juan Marsé, Nadiah Abdulrahim, Katherine Hattam, Chris Wallace-Crabbe, Sophie Quick, Roderick St George, Caroline Ross, Andrew Landsown, Lidija Simkute, Glenn McPherson, David Brooks, Todd Turner, James Gering, Barry Hill, Jordie Albiston, John Kinsella, Peter Coghill, Eileen Chong, Rico Craig.

Zora Sanders

Meanjin is a quarterly literary journal publishing the best new writing from established voices and emerging talents. For over 70 years Meanjin has articulated questions of national importance, questions or art, culture, policy and identity, as well as introducing some of the greatest literary names Australia has ever produced. It continues to be a touchstone of Australian cultural life and a must read for writers, thinkers and artists of any ilk. You can find Meanjin

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