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Griffith Review 54: The Novella Project IV: Earthly Delights

Julianne Schultz

Griffith Review 54: The Novella Project IV: Earthly Delights by Julianne Schultz
2016 / 10 / 12
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Griffith Review 53: Our Sporting Life

Julianne Schultz

Griffith Review 53: Our Sporting Life by Julianne Schultz

Sport lies at the heart of what it means to be Australian.

Our Sporting Life will examine what this really means as the role of sport within the national psyche shifts with the development of our country. It is timed to coincide with the finals season and the Rio Olympics, and will enrich the sporting experience, leaving something to think about once the final siren has sounded.

Featuring Griffith Review's usual blend of outstanding essays, memoir, fiction and photography, Our Sporting Life will bring insider reports from major sporting events and minor sporting communities; it will investigate...

2016 / 9 / 9
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Griffith Review 52: Imagining the Future

Julianne Schultz

Griffith Review 52: Imagining the Future by Julianne Schultz

Australian politics and national life are trapped in a permanent present. There are few opportunities to imagine the future, and even fewer to create it. Politics, commerce, media all focus relentlessly on the here and now. This breeds a corrosive cynicism. Yet when alternatives are presented they are often embraced and quickly become the new normal.

Griffith Review 52: Imagining the Future will imagine new possibilities. It is time to envisage the future, without fear, as a landscape to be won through human striving and expression.

Contributors include Al Gore, Tim Flannery, Maria Tumarkin, Anthony...

2016 / 4 / 14
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Griffith Review 51: Fixing the System

Julianne Schultz

Griffith Review 51: Fixing the System by Julianne Schultz

Griffith Review 51: Fixing the System sets out to examine Australia's political and social system and to investigate why so many believe it to be unfit for the purpose.

While Australia has never been richer, its people better educated and the country better connected internationally, there is a widespread perception that systems and key institutions are broken. Interest groups flex their muscle and block each other. Risk management has paralysed the system. Commentators proclaim the 'end of the reform era'. They lament the rise of a 'new volatility' in the nation's electoral politics; the demise...

2016 / 1 / 13
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Griffith Review 50: Tall Tales Short-The Novella Project III

Julianne Schultz

Griffith Review 50: Tall Tales Short-The Novella Project III by Julianne Schultz

'I believe the novella is the perfect form of prose fiction. It is the beautiful daughter of a rambling, bloated, ill-shaven giant (but a giant who's a genius on his best days). And this child is the means by which many first know our greatest writers...' Ian McEwan

In 2012, Griffith Review 38: The Novella Project relaunched the novella in Australia. It gave Australian and New Zealand authors a platform in the revival of the form in the English language.

Griffith Review 46: Forgotten Stories-The Novella Project II was a confronting, moving and provocative collection of five novellas with a historical...

2015 / 10 / 22
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Griffith Review 49: New Asia Now

Julianne Schultz

Griffith Review 49: New Asia Now by Julianne SchultzThe Asian century is in full swing, generating unprecedented economic and social power. In coming decades this will profoundly change the world, and the lives of all those living in the world's most populous region.

New Asia Now features outstanding young writers from the countries at the centre of this transformation. They write about the people and places they know with passion, flair and insight.

This unique collection takes a journey through the region's diversity with a new generation of literary stars, who will shape the way we understand the complexities of culture, politics and modernisation....

2015 / 9 / 19
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Griffith Review 48: Enduring Legacies

Julianne Schultz

Griffith Review 48: Enduring Legacies by Julianne Schultz

In the year that marks the centenary of the battle at Gallipoli and the seventieth anniversary of the end of World War II, Griffith Review 48: Enduring Legacies switches the focus from the battles to the long shadow of the great wars of the twentieth century.

In Enduring Legacies, eminent Australian and New Zealand historians challenge myths and reveal forgotten truths about the consequences of these wars, and popular writers flesh out the lingering human and social impact of conflict.

Contributors include John Clarke, Clare Wright, Peter Stanley, Greg Lockhardt, Cory Taylor, Paul Ham, Meredith...

2015 / 4 / 4
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Griffith REVIEW 47: Looking West

Julianne Schultz

Griffith REVIEW 47: Looking West by Julianne Schultz'Go west young man' has been a siren call in Australia, Canada and the US for centuries - a new frontier for them, yet already home to others for millennia. In Australia, the lure of bounty from mineral riches drew generations of fortune hunters to its western third. For some this was a stop on the road to a better place, for many a destination for new beginnings, while for those who had always lived there dislocation was inevitable.

Since the 1980s Perth has become a byword for new wealth and in the first years of the 21st Century became a boom-town the likes of which Australia hasn't seen since...

2015 / 1 / 15
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Griffith REVIEW 46: The Novella Project II-Forgotten Stories

Julianne Schultz

Griffith REVIEW 46: The Novella Project II-Forgotten Stories by Julianne Schultz

Griffith REVIEW 46: The Novella Project II - Forgotten Stories explores in fiction forgotten stories with a historical dimension, delving beyond the handful of iconic tales that have grown threadbare.

The massive migration of the past generation is not only changing Australia but reviving the need to find new ways to tell forgotten stories. Stories that are part of a shared, but often overlooked, cultural heritage of this country. Forgotten Stories will redefine what it means to be Australian in the twenty-first century.

A sea-change couple dig into the past of their newly adopted small...

2014 / 11 / 26
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The Way We Work: Griffith REVIEW 45

Julianne Schultz

The Way We Work: Griffith REVIEW 45 by Julianne Schultz

How does work shape our values, our citizens, cultures and communities? As our work changes, how will it change us? How does the blurring of work and leisure through 'access anywhere' technology affect our attitudes to work? How are older Australians going to find consistent and flexible work (as the government wants them to do) when age discrimination is rife? Will flexible work help decrease the gender gap? These are the questions posed in The Way We Work: Griffith REVIEW 45. The way we work has changed profoundly in recent years. Many welcome the flexibility of the new environment. For others,...

2014 / 11 / 22
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Cultural Solutions: Griffith REVIEW 44

Julianne Schultz

Cultural Solutions: Griffith REVIEW 44 by Julianne Schultz

Homelessness, family violence, drug abuse, and alienation: have our leaders and policy makers been going about it all wrong? What if karaoke could create cultural cohesion in fractured communities; or if hospitality helped house people; or if troubled kids could turn their lives around by telling stories?

At a time when austerity informs economic policies in even the 'essential' areas of health and education, is it time to reconsider the returns from funding arts and culture? There are proven benefits of using the arts to develop and maintain social cohesion and innovation.

Griffith REVIEW: Cultural...

2014 / 11 / 20
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Pacific Highways: Griffith REVIEW 43

Julianne Schultz

Pacific Highways: Griffith REVIEW 43 by Julianne Schultz

Migration, demographic changes and new cultural references are re-shaping New Zealand. It is fast becoming a hub where Pacific and Tasman currents meet. As a result New Zealand is changing, responding to surging tides of people and ideas.

Isolated by ocean, New Zealand's ecosystem is particularly vulnerable to introduced species. The constant arrival of new flora and fauna, via humans, wind and sea, means the biodiversity is constantly changing. Humans too have been washing up on New Zealand's shores for centuries, leading to constant shifts in demographics, culture and economics, building on...

2014 / 1 / 15
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Once Upon A Time In Oz: Griffith REVIEW 42

Julianne Schultz

Once Upon A Time In Oz: Griffith REVIEW 42 by Julianne Schultz

Once upon a time - and the story begins.

Wherever people go they carry their personal and cultural stories with them. Storytelling is a mechanism for reflecting on what it is to be human in time and space; a fairy tale compass to navigate the world. Whether relayed around campfires or told in multi-million-dollar extravaganzas on the big screen, the impulse to tell stories that help make sense of the world, engage with others, validate our existence, and guide us through life lessons, is something essentially human.

Fairy tales endure because their messages still speak as strongly and clearly to...

2013 / 10 / 19
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Now We Are Ten: Griffith REVIEW 41

Julianne Schultz

Now We Are Ten: Griffith REVIEW 41 by Julianne Schultz

Griffith REVIEW's tenth anniversary edition features Australia's best writers tackling the underlying forces that will shape the next decade: sustainability, equality, belonging, technology and the capacity for change.

Over its first decade Griffith REVIEW has had an uncanny ability to anticipate the emerging trends. In this anniversary edition the insights from the past will inform a forward-looking agenda, explored with flair and literary panache.

Frank Moorhouse reconsiders what the proliferation of surveillance is likely to mean, Melissa Lucashenko observes up close what life is like being...

2013 / 7 / 13
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Women & Power: Griffith REVIEW 40

Julianne Schultz

Women & Power: Griffith REVIEW 40 by Julianne Schultz

The empowerment of women it is one of the most remarkable revolutions of the past century. But like all good revolutions it is still not settled.

In a generation women have taken control of their economic fate, risen to the most powerful political positions in the land and climbed to the top of the corporate ladder. However, there still remains vast inequality between men and women across all measures, from economics to opportunity to security. Does access to power equate to actual power?

In WOMEN & POWER, Griffith REVIEW explores the changing relationship between women and power in public and...

2013 / 4 / 13
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Griffith REVIEW 39: Tasmania - The Tipping Point?

Julianne Schultz

Griffith REVIEW 39: Tasmania - The Tipping Point? by Julianne SchultzA ground-breaking and topical edition of Griffith REVIEW that will highlight rapid changes in Tasmania, past and present, by the state's best writers and thinkers.

Tasmania, the smallest of Australia's states, has long been on the edge of national conversations about prosperity, equality and identity.

In Tasmania: The Tipping Point? Griffith REVIEW serves up strategic slices of Tasmania's past, present and future, prepared by many of the state's best writers. Thinkers and doers from Tasmania and beyond, including members of its diaspora, examine whether the island state has reached a 'tipping...

2013 / 2 / 8
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Griffith REVIEW 38: Annual fiction edition, the novella project

Julianne Schultz

Griffith REVIEW 38: Annual fiction edition, the novella project by Julianne SchultzThe annual fiction edition of Griffith REVIEW is the journal's most highly sought after edition of the year. This edition is devoted to novellas. Shorter than a novel, longer than a story, the novella is the perfect length. The Novella Project is a competition to find the best new works from Australia and New Zealand.
2012 / 10 / 23
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Griffith REVIEW 37: Small World

Julianne Schultz

Griffith REVIEW 37: Small World by Julianne SchultzSmall World explores the way we travel now-whether it's exploring wild, dangerous or weird places, or travelling not as passive tourists but engaged travellers. This edition will also consider how technology-from planes and television to social media and international banking-has changed our sense of the world.
2012 / 7 / 13
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Griffith Review 36

Julianne Schultz

Griffith Review 36 by Julianne SchultzIt is time to revive the debate about national identity. The clichés of old have long exceeded their use-by date. What is Australia For? will sketch out visionary ideas for the future, uncover neglected stories from the past, and provide an exciting forum for new voices to make their case
2012 / 5 / 9
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Griffith REVIEW 31

Julianne Schultz

Griffith REVIEW 31 by Julianne SchultzThe complexity and urgency of twenty-first century problems demand new Ways of Seeing. For decades, the humanities and social sciences have withered in the shadow of market economics and scientific rationalism. Now more than ever, we need a human-centred approach, learning from literature and philosophy and drawing on the creative imagination.
2012 / 4 / 16
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