Nick Feik


Nick Feik
Nick Feik is the editor of The Monthly.



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Espionage and clandestine interference

Today

Bob Carr and questions about Chinese influence

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Stop and listen

Today

The Turnbull government refuses to acknowledge Indigenous voices

Editor’s Note June 2018

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“The writer, like the murderer, needs a motive,” Janet Malcolm once wrote. For good reason, a savvy writer is wary of being written about. Knowing what’s involved, why should she submit herself to the motives – and the savage scrutiny – of …

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Budget 2018: expect the expected

Today

Morrison will predict great things for the economy and spend accordingly

Editor’s Note May 2018

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In Australia, according to the latest census figures, the average woman does 14 hours of housework and family organisation per week; the average man does fewer than five. Women do three quarters of the child care, and 70 per cent of caring for elderly …

Editor’s Note March 2018

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Looking at the news over the past fortnight (or year, or decade), you might reasonably wonder what on earth is the matter with Parliament House. What happens to people when they spend a lot of time there, and why? Luckily, we have a recent escapee …

Editor’s Note February 2018

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What does it mean to be Australian? Perhaps it means not understanding much about our history. The celebration of Australia Day on January 26 would certainly seem to suggest there’s a strong strain of willed ignorance in our national culture. How else …

Editor’s Note December 2017 – January 2018

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Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership has moved from merely ineffectual to disastrous, and he appears incapable of righting the ship. (This would require, at the very least, an acknowledgement of error – a developmental step beyond the prime minister to this …

Editor’s Note November 2017

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The November issue of the Monthly looks a little different. In fact, the magazine has been given a full redesign – the first one in its 12-year history – from the masthead right through to the final page number. Our design partners, Public …

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