Meanjin Vol. 70, No. 4

Sally Heath (editor)
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Meanjin Vol. 70, No. 4

Published

1 December 2011

ISBN

9780522858310

Weight

421g

Size

241mm x 172mm

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Meanjin

Meanjin Vol. 70, No. 4

Sally Heath (editor)
Features essays by Marcia Langton, Rachel Weaver, Juliana Enberg and Alex Miller, memoir by Rod Moss, Patrick McCaughey and Rachel Buchanan.
In the December edition of Meanjin, Rachel Weaver draws on a lurid murder case from 19th century Sydney to discuss the birth of society's fascination with 'sensation'. Alex Miller writes on the power of fiction, and Marcus Westbury files from China. We have powerful new fiction by David Mence, Tom Cho and Michael McGirr and will feature the annual Dorothy Porter Prize.
In the December edition of Meanjin, Rachel Weaver draws on a lurid murder case from 19th century Sydney to discuss the birth of society's fascination with 'sensation'. Alex Miller writes on the power of fiction, and Marcus Westbury files from China. We have powerful new fiction by David Mence, Tom Cho and Michael McGirr and will feature the annual Dorothy Porter Prize.

Sally Heath

Sally Heath is an associate publisher at Thames & Hudson Australia, where she publishes narrative non-fiction books. Previously she was publisher at Melbourne University Publishing and prior to that, a journalist.

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