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By The Monthly
Media Release Friday, 14 March 2014   John van Tiggelen has resigned as editor of the Monthly. Schwartz Media is pleased to announce that he has taken up a new position as staff writer with the magazine. Nick Feik has been appointed as the new editor of the Monthly and will take over the role on 2
By The Monthly
  Ten highlights from a magnificent year of long-form magazine writing:   Royal bodies (Hilary Mantel, London Review of Books) Thanksgiving in Mongolia (Ariel Levy, New Yorker) Danse Macabre: A scandal at the Bolshoi Ballet (David Remnick, New Yorker) Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: Jahar'
By The Monthly
The rise of the internet photo collection continued in 2013. We're indebted to all of these artists and photographers, amateur and professional, for their work; and all of the curators, of course. Here are ten of our favourite galleries of the year:   A Deadly Alkaline Lake in Africa Turns Animals
By The Monthly
In 2013, magazine and newspaper writing about health blossomed. Whether about new research, historical context, mental wellbeing, or major medical or social issues, discussions about health have engaged an increasingly aware and voracious global readership. Here are some of our favourite pieces
By The Monthly
By Monthly Wire
Joe Dolce is a singer-songwriter, poet and essayist.  This is Joe's letter to Monthly editor John van Tiggelen, written just prior to the publication of 'Shaddap You Facebook' in the April 2013 issue of the magazine:     Hi John, OK – I can live with the
By Monthly Wire
A frustrated politician: Rupert Murdoch in 1985. © Roger Ressmeyer/Corbis & Rupert Murdoch after facing the Leveson inquiry, 26 April 2012. © Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images
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