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    • Meanjin Anthology
    • Sally Heath
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    • Meanjin is Australia's second oldest literary journal. Founded by Clem Christesen in 1940, it has documented both the changing concerns of Australians and the achievements of many of the nation's writers, thinkers and poets. This anthology offers a broad sweep of essays, fiction and poetry published in Meanjin since the magazine began. Readers will ... Read more...

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    • Meanjin First Edition
    • Clem Christesen Ed.
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    • Meanjin was founded in Brisbane by Clem Christesen (the name is derived from an Aboriginal word for the finger of land on which central Brisbane sits) in 1940. Its first edition contained poetry but over time Christesen ensured that Meanjin reflected the breadth of contemporary thinking, be it on literature, other art forms, or the broader issues of... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol 74, No 4
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    • The summer 2015 issue of Meanjin has a wonderful essay from author and academic Margaret Simons based on an extraordinary novella-length love letter from Germaine Greer to Martin Amis. Join Greer as she travels the United States in the late seventies, flushed with the success of The Female Eunuch, seeking comfort in the arms of her American lover, s... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol. 69, No. 1
    • Sophie Cunningham
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    • The March edition of Meanjin looks at charisma: of religion, of science, of teachers. Paul Mitchell surveys religion in Australian literature, Helen Barnes-Bulley asks if atheists can enjoy religious art, Jeff Sparrow writes on New Atheism and John Potts looks at the religious impulse in a secular world. Terin Miller describes meeting the Dalai Lama... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol. 72, No. 3
    • Zora Sanders
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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 ... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol 70, No. 4
    • Sally Heath
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    • In the December edition of Meanjin, Rachel Weaver draws on a lurid murder case from 19th century Sydney to discuss the birth of society's fascination with 'sensation'. Alex Miller writes on the power of fiction, and Marcus Westbury files from China. We have powerful new fiction by David Mence, Tom Cho and Michael McGirr and will feature the annual D... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol 60, No 4
    • Literary Magazine
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    • Meanjin on museumsJuan Davila on the state galleriesPeter Timms on the triumph of the managersLeon Van Schaik on museum architectureInterview with Powerhouse director Kevin FewsterEssays, reviews, memoirs by John Mulvaney, Tom Griffiths, Linda Young, Sally Morrison, Carmel BirdBrian McFarlane: Moulin Rouge as MuseumFiction by Marion HalliganPoetry b... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol 76 No 1
    • Jonathan Green
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    • The writer's life ... it's not an easy one. In the autumn issue of Meanjin Australian literary giant Frank Moorhouse describes the often-difficult path followed by those hardy souls who take 'the writer's oath'. For the man behind Days of Wine and Rage, Forty Seventeen, Dark Palace and the rest of the soon-to-be televised 'Edith Trilogy', it has bee... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol. 69, No. 2
    • Sophie Cunningham
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    • In the winter edition of Meanjin, Katherine Wilson opens the velvet curtains onto the world of steampunk, Guy Rundle considers the state's relationship to culture and the implication of that for artists, Kate Crawford retracts from the overwhelming hum of the digital age and Michael Green brings to life the painful but constructive dialogue that is ... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol. 68, No.3
    • Sophie Cunningham
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    • In the September edition of Meanjin Mike Pottenger asks whether Robin Hood was a medieval hero or Mafiosi, Carolyn Fraser writes on letterpresses and the secret life of objects, Jim Guida describes the art in skateboarding and Justin Clemens surveys the contemporary Australian Art scene. Book designer, Mary Callaghan gives us an insight into laying ... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol. 68, No. 4
    • Sophie Cunningham
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    • In the December edition of Meanjin, Jane Gleeson-White considers the power of storytelling traditions, Helen Barnes-Bulley takes a look at the symbolism behind fashion and costume in film and literature and Ben Eltham puts himself in the thick of the Australian arts festival scene. In a special ten-thousand word essay, novelist Charlotte Wood consid... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol. 70, No. 3
    • Sally Heath
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    • Tom Keneally argues that the garden of our national identity is a capacious and adaptable one that has always been enriched by greater diversity. Maria Tumarkin ponders the conflict between professional integrity and personal disgrace.Guy Rundle asks where pornography sits in the spectrum of human sexuality, Lorelei Vashti revisits Istanbul and hers... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol. 73, No. 1
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    • The March 2014 issue of Meanjin is full of outsiders, revolutionaries and dissenters. We discover a lost archive of photographs of Charmian Clift on and George Johnson on Hydra in an essay by Paul Genoni and Tanya Dalziell, while James Douglas take a look at the unique powers of persuasion employed by journalist and writer Anna Krien.In the Meanjin ... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol 74, No 1
    • Zora Sanders
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    • In the March 2015 issue of Meanjin Melanie Joosten reflects on the work of artist Ella Dreyfus and asks why we so rarely see depictions of elderly bodies, Paul Daley follows the life of Private Douglas Grant and questions the existing narrative about Indigenous service people, Ben Stubbs travels to Christmas Island to understand the place behind the... Read more...

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    • Meanjin: Vol. 71, No. 3
    • Sally Heath
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    • With the September edition of Meanjin we welcome Spring at last, and with a new season we take you to new places, show you new perspectives and consider new solutions to old problems. Under the revived Meanjin Papers masthead we feature Patrick McCaughey who takes a second look at the wildly diverse Australian art of the 1960s, we bring you Rebe T... Read more...

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    • 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 R... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol 73, No. 4
    • Zora Sanders
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    • In the December issue of Meanjin, Ashlynne McGhee finds hope in a new generation of young journalists, James Douglas looks at George RR Martin's distinctive gift for narrative acrobatics, Katherine Hattam exhibits a series of works about the forgotten places in our cities, plus we present a host of new fiction, memoir, essay and poetry.In this issue... Read more...

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    • Meanjin Vol 69, No. 3
    • Sophie Cunningham
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    • In our penultimate 70th birthday edition, Meanjin wonders what it takes to make a city: Diana Wells visits Melbourne's ever-shifting outer edge and David Nichols takes a walk through the early housing commission suburb of Doveton. Elizabeth Glickfeld considers Melbourne's latest logo and corporate culture; Rachel Weaver reminds us that, not so long ... Read more...

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