• ISBN: (Paperback)9780522861686
  • ISBN: (E-Book)9780522862065
  • PUBLISHED:15/Dec/2012
  • IMPRINT:Meanjin
  • SUBJECT:Literature: history & criticism

Meanjin Vol. 71, No. 4

Sally Heath

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Australia's oldest and most distinguished literary journal.

In December we have writing from Guy Rundle, Lorin Clarke, David Mence, Margo Lanagan, Kevin Brophy and many more.

About the author

Sally Heath's first full-time job in journalism was as editor of an independent paper on the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria about 25 years ago. Since then she has divided her time equally between writing and editing, including working as editor of the Age's A2, blogging at A Season of Sundays, and most recently joining MUP as Associate Publisher in 2010. She is Meanjin's ninth editor.

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    • Meanjin Vol. 71, No. 2
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    • The literary magazine Meanjin reflects the breadth of contemporary thinking and writing through essays, interviews, memoir, fiction, poetry and visual art.Highlights in this edition include Neil Armfield remembering Patrick White; a revealing conversation between Sonya Voumard and Helen Garner; fiction by Emily Ballou and Mardi O'Connor; memoir from... Read more...

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    • In the March issue of Meanjin two very different writers offer new insights into events that transfixed the nation. John Bryson returned to Uluru last year for the first time since writing Evil Angels. He reflects on the travesty of justice that was systematically, and very publicly, inflicted on a grieving mother. Shari Kocher chooses poetry to exp... Read more...

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