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Fiction

This is who you are. You'll see.

Nicola Redhouse

You have completed your psychology degree, which was not too different to the days you spent lying around on your parents’ Persian rug in the study leafing through their vast library of texts, only university involved examinations and mice.

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Finding yourself on the psychologist’s couch, new fiction from Nicola Redhouse

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An abundance of summertime riches in new poetry from Emily Ballou

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A history of the semicolon in a new essay from Anna Heyward

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Musings during the morning commute in new poetry from Geoff Page

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Religious transcendence in new poetry from Andrew Stuckgold

Tournament
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Tom Cho Vs. Thea Astley in the Meanjin Tournament of Books Grand Final

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Second Semi-Final Tom Cho Vs Jospehine Rowe judged by Melinda Harvey

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First Semi-Final Thea Astley Vs Nam Le judged by Ronnie Scott

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R2 M4 ‘Today on Dr Phil’ Vs. ‘Five Acre Virgin’ judged by First Dog

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R2 M3 ‘In the Mornings We Would Sometimes Hear Him Singing’ Vs. ‘American Dreams’ judged by Melissa Cranenburgh

Fiction

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Finding yourself on the psychologist’s couch, new fiction from Nicola Redhouse

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An old sea dog fights to stay on top of the game in new fiction by W.J.P Newnham

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An invented past surfaces in new fiction from Andrew Pippos

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A young traveller questions the motives of her host in new fiction by Tamara Lazaroff

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Living room totems loom large in this new story from Shaun Prescott

Poetry

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An abundance of summertime riches in new poetry from Emily Ballou

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Musings during the morning commute in new poetry from Geoff Page

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Religious transcendence in new poetry from Andrew Stuckgold

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new poetry from Stephen Edgar

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Rod Usher explores being and becoming

Memoir

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Patrick McCaughey experiences the majesty of central Australia

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Trapped with a mad ufologist, Sofia Stefanovic finds an unlikely love story

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Howard Goldenburg relives the battle for a patient’s life

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Ailsa Wild’s memories of learning to be a better clown under the jeering and playful direction of Monsier Philippe Gaulier

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Christie Nieman on the intimacy of books

Essays

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A history of the semicolon in a new essay from Anna Heyward

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Peter Kirkpatrick explores ties between the Australian bushranger and the American cowboy

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Giles Fielke explores the collision between sound, art and new media

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Stephen Banham shares with us some of the best typographical anecdotes

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Have we lost the war on drugs? Liam Pieper argues that we well and truly have

Podcast

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Episode six of the Meanjin podcast features Fatima Measham on postcode superiority, Julie Chevali…

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Episode five of the Meanjin podcast features Luke Ryan on scars, both literal and metaphorical, E…

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In episode four we debut a new segment the literary agony aunts, plus Nicholas Walton-Healey talk…

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In the third Meanjin Podcast, Meg Mundell and Drew Sinton explore the ghosts of the State Library…

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Are you terrible at naming characters? Do you start short stories but never finish? Is there a ce…