Meanjin Vol 83, No 1

Esther Anatolitis
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Meanjin Vol 83, No 1

Published

15 March 2024

ISBN

9780522880533

Pages

224

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Meanjin Vol 83, No 1

Esther Anatolitis
Poetry is where Meanjin began, and Autumn 2024 is Meanjin's first with new Poetry Editor Jeanine Leane - be sure to include this issue in your collection! There's Tom Doig on 'Ten years on from Hazelwood: last decade's second-worst disaster'. Marcus Westbury reconfiguring capitalism in 'The agency and the equity'. A venturous interview with Peter Polites. Elese Dowden's joyful 'Australia in Three Books' on national treasure ?.O.. André Dao's superb 'State of the (Writing) Nation' oration. A Clare Wright memoir piece that packs a powerful punch. And plenty more fiction, memoir, essays, reviews and experiments. All framed by this season's Meanjin Paper by Arrernte Elder Theresa Penangke Alice: 'Ilkakelheme akngakelheme - resisting assimilation'. In heavy times, we read with heavy hearts, and reflect with open minds. Embrace Australia's finest writers.
Poetry is where Meanjin began, and Autumn 2024 is Meanjin's first with new Poetry Editor Jeanine Leane - be sure to include this issue in your collection! There's Tom Doig on 'Ten years on from Hazelwood: last decade's second-worst disaster'. Marcus Westbury reconfiguring capitalism in 'The agency and the equity'. A venturous interview with Peter Polites. Elese Dowden's joyful 'Australia in Three Books' on national treasure ?.O.. André Dao's superb 'State of the (Writing) Nation' oration. A Clare Wright memoir piece that packs a powerful punch. And plenty more fiction, memoir, essays, reviews and experiments. All framed by this season's Meanjin Paper by Arrernte Elder Theresa Penangke Alice: 'Ilkakelheme akngakelheme - resisting assimilation'. In heavy times, we read with heavy hearts, and reflect with open minds. Embrace Australia's finest writers.

Esther Anatolitis

Esther Anatolitis

Editor of Meanjin Esther Anatolitis is one of Australia's most influential advocates for arts and culture. With two decades in creative and media leadership, she is a highly respected champion of artists' voices. Esther comes to Meanjin with extensive literary sector experience: she is a former CEO of Express Media and publisher of Voiceworks, an Emerging Writers' Festival founder, a Small Press Network founding partner, and a former Melbourne Writers Festival programming committee member…

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