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Summer 2018

Published 3 December 2018

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'You have to go back in time to change a predicted future. If you can predict it today it’s already too late. This sounds paranoid but it’s also amazing.'

In her lead essay in the Summer edition of Meanjin, Briohny Doyle ponders technology, time, sex and paranoia, with illustrations from Mandy Ord. Also in this issue, Behrouz Boochani and Omid Tofighian maintain an online conversation during The Last Days of Manus Prison, and  Katharine Murphy charts the decline and fall of Malcolm Turnbull.

Plus: Mark McKenna, Yen-Rong Wong, Melissa Lucashenko, Eloise Grills, Sumudu Samarawickrama, Guy Rundle, Shastra Deo and Shaun Micallef.

 



Meanjin Papers

TIME MACHINE
Briohny Doyle & Mandy Ord



Memoir

BAD DRIVERS
Eloise Grills

EVERY TIME I SEE YOU FALLING
Guy Rundle

I HAVEN'T LEARNED YET TO SPEAK AS I SHOULD
Dan Dixon

FIFTY YEARS OF INNOCENT HAPPINESS
Tracy Sorensen

YOU DON'T GET TO CHOOSE
Suzy Freeman-Greene

 

Fiction

THE BURIAL OF THOMAS À BECKETT 
Jonathan Dunk

RATHU
Sumudu Samarawickrama

HOW THE STARS TRAVELLED TO EARTH AND ABANDONED THE MOON
Justine Hyde

THE LOTTERY
Laurie Steed

PERFECT
Kate Ryan

SKI NIGHT
Jamie Marina Lau

 

Poetry

Joyride
Warwick Sprawson

Love Poem
Prithvi Varatharajan

Shadow: A Parable
Maria Takolander

Real
Sue Lockwood

The Satin Man
Kate Cantrell

What the Finch Knows
Kevin Brophy

Heart Heal Thyself
Robin M Eames

Glow
Lisa Brockwell

Ode to Doubt
Belle Ling

Bone Nest
Shastra Deo


Endnotes

THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME 
Andrew Ford and Anni Heino

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