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Volume 73
Number 3, 2014
Edited by Zora Sanders


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In the September issue of Meanjin, Anwyn Crawford investigates the tough choices and cruel realities of supporting a family on the single parent pension, Helen Idle tries to figure out what kind of Australia is being exhibited in London, Trevor Shearston tracks down a grisly relic and we bring you fiction from Jennifer Mills, Ellen Van Neerven and Robyn Cadwallader plus much more.


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