Meanjin A-Z

Fine Fiction 1980 to now

Jonathan Green
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Meanjin A-Z

Published

30 April 2018

ISBN

9780522873696

Weight

335g

Imprint

Melbourne University Press

Meanjin A-Z

Fine Fiction 1980 to now

Jonathan Green
A broad canvas of fine fiction that ranges from Tim Winton to Melissa Lucashenko, from Lily Brett to David Malouf
Think of an Australian writer and chances are that at some time or another they've had short fiction published in Meanjin. For the first time a treasure trove of this writing leaps from the pages of Meanjin into a book of fine fiction. You'll read Tim Winton, David Malouf and recent work by Jennifer Mills. In between you'll find John Kinsella, Nicholas Jose, Bruce Pascoe, Melissa Lucashenko, A.S. Patric and many more.
Think of an Australian writer and chances are that at some time or another they've had short fiction published in Meanjin. For the first time a treasure trove of this writing leaps from the pages of Meanjin into a book of fine fiction. You'll read Tim Winton, David Malouf and recent work by Jennifer Mills. In between you'll find John Kinsella, Nicholas Jose, Bruce Pascoe, Melissa Lucashenko, A.S. Patric and many more.

This book is filled with narratives that interrogate — mercilessly, lovingly — what and how it is to be an Australian self. They admit an obsessive ­interest in the texture and tone of home ground.”
Geordie Williamson, The Australian

Jonathan Green

Jonathan Green

Meanjin editor Jonathan Green has been an editor, writer, commentator and broadcaster in a 30-year career as a journalist. He has worked at many Australian newspapers, including a long stint at The Age, and is a past editor of The Sunday Age. He was subsequently editor of Crikey and established the ABC online opinion portal The Drum. He presents he presents Blueprint for Living on ABC Radio National.

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