Meanjin Vol 77 No 4
Featuring Briohny Doyle on technology, time, sex and paranoia. Behrouz Boochani and Omid Tofighian maintain an online conversation during The Last Days of Manus Prison. Katharine Murphy charts the decline and fall of Malcolm Turnbull. Mark McKenna gets lost in a deep, dark historical mystery. Yen-Rong Wong ponders race and acceptable Australian identity. Melissa Lucashenko considers the possibility of writing as a sovereign act. Guy Rundle looks for the source of modern politics in the cultural studies-obsessed group houses of eighties Melbourne. Jacinta Nampijinpa Price wonders at the elements of her traditional culture that subject women to continued violence. Shaun Micallef pesters Sir Donald Bradman. Plus- memoir from Eloise Grills, Dan Dixon and Tracy Sorensen. New fiction from Jonathan Dunk, Sumudu Samarawickrama, Justine Hyde, Laurie Steed, Kate Ryan and Jamie Marina Lau. And a suite of new poetry, including work from Kate Cantrell, Lisa Brockwell, Kevin Brophy and Shastra Deo.
Publication Date: 03-Dec-2018