Meanjin Vol. 73, No. 2
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Meanjin is one of Australia's best, and oldest, literary journals.
The June issue of Meanjin is one for taking stock and taking risks. Liam Pieper argues that we've well and truly lost the war on drugs, Suzy Freeman-Greene takes a look at our obsession with the weather, Fatima Measham welcomes us to Werribee and shows us a whole new side of a much-maligned suburb and Zora Sanders talks to Booker-winner Eleanor Catton about fate, history and the writing in the stars.
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Meanjin is a quarterly literary journal publishing the best new writing from established voices and emerging talents. For over 70 years Meanjin has articulated questions of national importance, questions or art, culture, policy and identity, as well as introducing some of the greatest literary names Australia has ever produced. It continues to be a touchstone of Australian cultural life and a must read for writers, thinkers and artists of any ilk. You can find Meanjin online at www.meanjin.com.au