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News from nowhere How to live a life How the west tamed the unicorn Letters from Glasgow Mary, Queen of Scots My life as a bookseller Learning to love your shadow Nature talk The magic of hand weaving A stitch in time Settled in Shetland Destined to ... read more

WOMANKIND #17 Aug-Oct 18
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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

Pip Australian Permaculture Magazine
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Whether it’s using, seeking, circumventing, benefiting from, being subjected to, or railing against it, it’s impossible to deny the influence of power on our lives. We are born powerless, into a structure that demands that we rely on the benevolence of those ar... read more

New Philosopher Magazine #21
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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

The Lifted Brow #34
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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

Paris Review Issue 203 (Winter 2012)
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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 f... read more

Quarterly Essay 53: That Sinking Feeling: Asylum Seekers and the Search for the Indonesian Solution
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In Dragon's Tail, Andrew Charlton explores the supercharged rise of China and considers Australia's future as the Chinese dragon stirs and shifts. China's rise has been perhaps the most significant economic event in two centuries... read more

Quarterly Essay 54: Dragon's Tail: The Lucky Country after the China Boom
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With a dreamy cover by Australian comic book artist Merv Heers, Issue 38 of The Lifted Brow includes:

an 8000-word cultural commentary essay on Carly Rae Jepsen, by Stephen Pham;
essays by Isabella Trimboli, Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, Emma Marie-Jones, Lauren Car... read more

The Lifted Brow #39
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'During the term of the Rudd and Gillard governments, criticism of the Labor Party became a national pastime.' So writes Mark Latham, a one-time leader of the party and still its most perceptive - and fiercest - critic.In Quarterly Essay 49, Latham argues that the time has come to go beyond criticism ... read more

Quarterly Essay 49: Not Dead Yet: Labor's Post-Left Future
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