Stories That Want To Be Told: The Long Lede Anthology

Judith Neilson Institute

Stories That Want To Be Told: The Long Lede Anthology
Random House Australia
9 January 2024

Stories That Want To Be Told: The Long Lede Anthology

Judith Neilson Institute

Passion pieces from the next generation of Australian long-form journalists.

  • Arlie Alizzi lifts the lid on trans powerlifting.
  • Pondering why she is no longer a Catholic, Claire Keenan explores Catholicism in rural Australia.
  • Dan Jervis-Bardy looks at the death of a Sudanese child refugee and the resources dispersed when a child who is not white dies.
  • Esther Linder investigates the world of food supply chains in Australia and how tenuous they are.
  • Hessom Razavi challenges Australia's response to the global refugee crisis.
  • Liz Gooch delves into women's access to sport in Afghanistan and around the world.
  • After examining cups, Penny Craswell writes about their power, meaning and value.
  • Sam Elkin shakes up colonial Australian history with his portrait of Edward de Lacy Evans.
  • And Wing Kuang follows up on sexual consent education in culturally and linguistically diverse communities.

The strongest proponents of long-form journalism in Australia - Amanda Hooton, Michael Brissenden, Margaret Simons, Victoria Laurie, Paddy Manning, Matthew Drummond, Ceridwen Dovey, Nick Feik and Maddison Connaughton - mentored these nine writers as they developed stories they knew needed to be shared.

These are outstanding stories you don't want to miss.

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