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Spring 2019

Published 17 September 2019

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In the lead essay UNEARTHED: Last Days of The AnthropoceneJames Bradley writes compellingly on the urgent crisis of climate change. 'There is a conversation I do not know how to have, a conversation about what happens if we are headed for disaster. It is not a theoretical question for me. I have two daughters.'

Miles Franklin shortlisted author Michael Mohammed Ahmad writes on how his thinking about literature, politics and race was shaped in Reading  Malcolm X inArab-Australia. In an accidental companion piece, This Vast Conspiracy of MemoryKhalid Warsame reflects on life and writing while making a complete reading of the works of James Baldwin.

Among this edition's other authors are Glyn DavisKaren WyldFatima Measham, Maxine Beneba Clarke, Maria Takolander and Meg Mundell


Meanjin Papers

UNEARTHED 
James Bradley


Fiction

AIR HOLES
Jemma Louise Payne

LET'S TALK TROJAN BEE
Alex Cothren

ELISABETH KÜBLER-ROSS
Paige Clark

HIS MOTHER, THE DOCTOR
Lal Perera


Reviews

FIVE POETS: FIVE WORLDS
Martin Langford

FEELING SEEN
Cher Tan

'WHAT'S IT LIKE INSIDE A MONSTER'S HEAD?'
Andy Jackson

THE ABSENT MOTHER
Amy Gray


Poetry

Into Our Thin Rivers
Jill Jones

The Resurrection
Gavin Yuan Gao

06:30 Friday
Julie McElhone

Villanelle of the Little Black Cormorant Tree
John Kinsella

The Year List of Ur-Tabisi
Peter Boyle

Orvieto: A Short History
Anthony Lynch

Wading
Lucas Smith

The Father
Philip Neilsen

Mont Aigual
Adam Aitken

Alla prima
Ella Jeffery

Meeting
Louise McKenna

All in the Timing
Vanessa Proctor
 
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