Lech Blaine is a writer from country Queensland.
By this author
The art of class war
How decades after Murdoch and Packer destroyed the popular appeal of a game created for the masses, Peter V’landys is putting rugby league back on top
Three disasters, a wedding and a funeral
Reckoning with family in times of drought, fire and flood
Hillsong’s strange tides
Brian Houston’s Pentecostal movement in an age of climate change and coronavirus
How good is Queensland?
Voices from the state that has turned against Labor as a party of federal government
Statement of origin
Indigenous rugby league players lead a silent revolt on the national anthem
A firsthand view of the nation’s new political faultlines
Terri Butler’s rise through the rancour
The Queensland Labor MP on the hustings and the hating
The parable of Lyle Shelton and Dianne Thorley
When Christianity, climate change and drought collided in Toowoomba
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