An Open Letter to Prime Minister Tony Abbott, Treasurer Joe Hockey and Minister for Arts George Brandis
Paul Genoni and Tanya Dalziell unearth rarely-seen images of Charmian Clift and George Johnston on Hydra
Michelle Dicinoski visits Detroit to interview DetroitUrbex, an avid explorer and photographer of the city’s abandoned sites
Ann-Marie Priest tells the story of how the impoverished Christina Stead eventually won the literary lottery
Ben Stubbs visits one of the most notorious borders in the world and reflects on Australia’s frontier issues
Anna Heyward discusses what searching through Meanjin’s dusty archives revealed about Australian literature
Ben Quilty travels to the Queensland rainforest for a sleepover and portraiture session with Germaine Greer
Helen Ennis considers the life and work of photographer Olive Cotton, and the strange nature of biography itself
Liam Pieper reflects on the shielding that has led to Australian peoples' perpetual ignorance of our true history
Malcolm Turnbull delivers the 2012 George Winterton Lecture and a call for greater honesty and accountability in government
Elliot Perlman comes face-to-face with the consequences of our skewed and obsessive attitude to refugees
After the death of poets Peter Steele and Rosemary Dobson, Chris Wallace-Crabbe remembers the great work and a long friendship
Naomi Manuell rethinks her dread of a digitally-enhanced library revolution by recognising its infinite possibilities.
Raimond Gaita reflects on the changing role of the university and its ability to engage creatively and critically with the world around it.
As a young journalist in 1989 Sonya Voumard moved to Queensland, and discovered a strange and unfamiliar land
Simon Crean talks to Sally Heath about the National Cultural Policy and the state of the Arts in Australia
Simone Ubaldi puts her cynicism aside and reflects on the Ten Principles of the Burning Man Festival.
So close to home: Sophie Cunningham, Delia Falconer, Peter Timms, Kerryn Goldsworthy, Matthew Condon and Paul Daley discuss the process of writing the ‘cities’ series.
Brad Nguyen confronts the terrifying image of his own inevitable death and finds it to be Justin Bieber