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Geography
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Geography

Sophie Cunningham

Increasingly Catherine can't tell the difference between what is happening to her and what is happening around her. She lives her life like a romantic heroine. She throws her money, her energy, a lot of words and even years of her...

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Melbourne

Sophie Cunningham

Sophie Cunningham writes a year in the city's life, a year that takes us from the heatwave that culminated on Black Saturday when temperatures soared to 47 degrees to the destructive deluge of a hailstorm. She walks through...

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Meanjin
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Meanjin

Sophie Cunningham

The second part of Meanjin Volume 68.

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Meanjin
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Meanjin

Sophie Cunningham

Fiction and non-fiction contributions from Mike Pottenger, Carolyn Fraser, Justin Clemens, Georgia Balin, Nadia Wheatley, Tim Richards, and many more.

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Meanjin Quarterly
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Meanjin Quarterly

Sophie Cunningham

This edition looks at charisma: of religion, of science, of teachers, from the perspective of 15 different writers.

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Meanjin
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Meanjin

Sophie Cunningham

Jane Gleeson-White ponders why we still love the classics and Richard King rethinks Shakespeare's sonnets and speculations of love. In other essays, Mel Campbell examines Michael Jackson's public image and its unsayable...

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Meanjin: The Best of New Writing in Australia
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Meanjin: The Best of New Writing in Australia

Sophie Cunningham

Includes an interview with author and poet Luke Davies. Fiona McGregor, inspired by a trip to Poland, examines the concept of decadence; Paul Mitchell considers violence between brothers; and much more, including memoir writing.

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Meanjin Quarterly
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Meanjin Quarterly

Sophie Cunningham

In this edition of Meanjin, Michael Ackland discusses whaling, Katherine Wilson gives us the lowdown on Steampunk, Tanya McIntyre and Mick Harvey show us Melbourne's seventies punk scene, Guy Rundle considers the State as a...

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Meanjin
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Meanjin

Sophie Cunningham

The second part of Meanjin Volume 68.

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Meanjin
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Meanjin

Sophie Cunningham

Features new writing by Declan Kelly, Nam Le, Mark Dapin, Lynden Hyatt, John Kinsella, Louise Swinn, Clive James, Dorothy Porter, and more.

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Bird

Sophie Cunningham

To her lovers and friends, Anna Davidoff was a mystery. Beautiful, charistmatic, irresponsible yet disarming; famous in a way, but ultimately unknowable. To her daugther, she is no less an enigma even now, thirty years after her...

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Meanjin
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Meanjin

Sophie Cunningham

This December, Meanjin turns 70. Australia's second oldest journal, it helped our nation develop a cultural identity, critiqued that identity, and, more recently, saw globalisation threaten Australia's newfound sense of itself. To...

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Meanjin
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Meanjin

Sophie Cunningham

Gives wide coverage to issues of global concern. It is committed to publishing the best of new writing by both emerging and established authors.

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Geography
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Geography

Sophie Cunningham

When Catherine meets Michael in LA, she doesn't appreciate the importance of their first encounter. From a brief affair a compulsion develops, one that will influence her life for years to come as she finds herself inexplicably...

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Meanjin Quarterly
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Meanjin Quarterly

Sophie Cunningham

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....

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