Meanjin Vol 80, No 4

Jonathan Green (editor)
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Meanjin Vol 80, No 4

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1 December 2021

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9780522877502

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Meanjin Vol 80, No 4

Jonathan Green (editor)
The December issue of Meanjin is titled: Words.

It features a special series of non-fiction pieces in which Australian writers respond to one-word titles, including:

Sarah Krasnostein on Home
Tony Birch on (Dis)loyalty
Bruce Pascoe on Capital
Kate Holden on Elements
Christos Tsiolkas on Resentment
Maxine Beneba-Clarke on Certainty
Scott Ludlum on Defiance
Bernard Keane on Betrayal
Anna Spargo-Ryan on Joy
Mandy Ord on Lost
Dan Dixon on Hunger
Omar Sakr on Jab (Sha'ara)
Karen Wyld on Soar

Plus: Henry Reynolds on the Dark Emu culture wars, Fatima Measham on what it means to love animals, Daniel Nour on the white gaze in literary criticism, and more essays from Claire G. Coleman, Ben Walter, Soon-Tzu Speechley and Peter Craven. There's new fiction from Arnold Zable, Anneliz Erese, Carol Lefevre and Ashley Goldberg, a lively review section and a dozen new poems.
The December issue of Meanjin is titled: Words.

It features a special series of non-fiction pieces in which Australian writers respond to one-word titles, including:

Sarah Krasnostein on Home
Tony Birch on (Dis)loyalty
Bruce Pascoe on Capital
Kate Holden on Elements
Christos Tsiolkas on Resentment
Maxine Beneba-Clarke on Certainty
Scott Ludlum on Defiance
Bernard Keane on Betrayal
Anna Spargo-Ryan on Joy
Mandy Ord on Lost
Dan Dixon on Hunger
Omar Sakr on Jab (Sha'ara)
Karen Wyld on Soar

Plus: Henry Reynolds on the Dark Emu culture wars, Fatima Measham on what it means to love animals, Daniel Nour on the white gaze in literary criticism, and more essays from Claire G. Coleman, Ben Walter, Soon-Tzu Speechley and Peter Craven. There's new fiction from Arnold Zable, Anneliz Erese, Carol Lefevre and Ashley Goldberg, a lively review section and a dozen new poems.

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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