• ISBN: (E-Book)9780522864632
  • PUBLISHED:15/Sep/2014
  • IMPRINT:Meanjin
  • SUBJECT:Literary essays

Meanjin Vol. 73, No. 3

Zora Sanders

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In the September issue of Meanjin, Anwyn Crawford investigates the tough choices and cruel realities of supporting a family on the single parent pension, Helen Idle tries to figure out what kind of Australia is being exhibited in London, Trevor Shearston tracks down a grisly relic and we bring you fiction from Jennifer Mills, Ellen Van Neerven and Robyn Cadwallader plus much more.In this issue: Rowena Lennox, Mike Ladd, Laurie Steed, Desislava Sheytanova, Anwyn Crawford, Trevor Shearston, Gillian Terzis, Helen Idle, Martin Langford, Jane Howard, Ian McBryde, Kate Elkington, Fatima Sehbai, Jennifer Mills, Ellen van Neerven, Robyn Cadwallader, Enrique Vila-Matas, John William Wilkinson, Joshua Santospirito, Aaron Hawke, Maria Kyriacou, Kerstin Lindros, David Musgrave, Martin Langford, Gareth Robinson, Gerard Butera, Paul Scully, Shari Kocher, Simeon Kronenberg, Omar Sakr, Dan Disney, Miro Sandev, Natalie Rose Dyer, Peter Coghill.

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