Issue: #19 - Life...
News from nowhere Thinking about your death ~ Nigel Warburton The quest for life’s purpose ~ Oliver Burkeman The 6th extinction ~ Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore Love and death ~ Tom Chatfield The lives and deaths of philosophers How to... read more
Pip is the magazine for our Australian permaculture community. Pip is the place for people and groups to connect and share ideas, knowledge and experience and stay in touch with what is happening around Australia.
Pip magazine is your guide to integrati... read more
The "Paris Review" is a groundbreaking publication bringing together fiction, poetry and prose from great writers all over the world. Its legendary interview series alone represents the single most important body of work that celebrates writing about writing. Publis... read more
Issue 34 includes: cover art by Prudence Flint.
Nonfiction from Rebecca Harkins-Cross, Jana Perković, Hayley Singer, Nick Taras, Peter Polites, Susana Moreira Marques, Simona Castricum, Anushka Jasraj, Bastian Fox Phelan, Alice Robinson, Richard M Hanson, Nicole McKenzie, Mic... read more
In Quarterly Essay 53, Paul Toohey looks at one of Tony Abbott's signature promises: to stop the boats. Has his government succeeded? If so, at what cost? In Java, Toohey observes asylum seekers heading for Australia and reports on the Indonesian response.
Issue: #15 - Yak...
News from nowhere No self in the age of selfies Letters from Tibet Fighting for women’s rights What it means to lose silence Lost in Tibet The battle for the boy Lama The path of resilience Womankind’s compassion challenge Compassion Losing gro... read more
In this timely Quarterly Essay, Andrew Charlton demolishes some myths about Australia's long boom. Around 2000 Australia's economy became tied to the supercharged rise of China. We had the good fortune to have exactly the resources it wanted.
Issue 37 of The Lifted Brow is the actual real start to 2018 you’ve been waiting for – jam-packed with so much new Australian political and creative writing and artwork.
With a cover by artist Joanna Frank featuring day-glo pinks and oranges, this issue includes: ... read more
|Author:||Mark Latham (Member for Werriwa, and Shadow Minister for Education and Youth Affairs, Australia)|
With an election looming and criticism of the ALP now a national pastime, Mark Latham considers the future for Labor. The nation has changed, but can the party? With wit and insight, Latham reveals an organisation top-heavy with factional bosses protecting their turf. At the same time Labor's traditio... read more
The Monthly is one of Australia’s boldest voices, providing enlightening commentary and vigorous, at times controversial, debate on the issues that affect the nation. Home to our finest thinkers, journalists and critics, including David Marr, Helen Garner, Don Wa... read more