Meanjin No 79 Vol 2

Jonathan Green
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Meanjin No 79 Vol 2

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16 June 2020

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9780522876697

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Meanjin

Meanjin No 79 Vol 2

Jonathan Green
Author and essayist Lucia Osborne-Crowley examines the cost of intimacy for women in a world where men demand exclusive access to the closeness of their female partners, often without returning the emotional labour involved.

Noongar author Claire G. Coleman writes on the long shadow of the Stolen Generations: 'Dad discovered he was Noongar when he was 63, when I was 30, when his Uncle Bob died . . . ' Poet Toby Fitch details Australian animal and bird extinction from 1788 to the present and Sophie Cunningham pauses as a summer of fire merges with an autumn of pandemic. Plus: Lucy Treloar, Guy Rundle, Rebecca Slater, Elizabeth Flux, Jennifer Mills, Michael Cathcart, Maria Takolander, and Jack Hibberd.
Author and essayist Lucia Osborne-Crowley examines the cost of intimacy for women in a world where men demand exclusive access to the closeness of their female partners, often without returning the emotional labour involved.

Noongar author Claire G. Coleman writes on the long shadow of the Stolen Generations: 'Dad discovered he was Noongar when he was 63, when I was 30, when his Uncle Bob died . . . ' Poet Toby Fitch details Australian animal and bird extinction from 1788 to the present and Sophie Cunningham pauses as a summer of fire merges with an autumn of pandemic. Plus: Lucy Treloar, Guy Rundle, Rebecca Slater, Elizabeth Flux, Jennifer Mills, Michael Cathcart, Maria Takolander, and Jack Hibberd.

Jonathan Green

Jonathan Green

Meanjin editor Jonathan Green has been an editor, writer, commentator and broadcaster in a 40-year career as a journalist, beginning with a cadetship at The Canberra Times and taking in various Australian dailies: the Melbourne Herald, The Herald Sun, the Sunday Herald, The Sunday Age and 15 years at The Age. Jonathan left The Age in 2006 to edit Crikey. After three years there he moved to the ABC as…

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