Nick Feik

Nick Feik
Nick Feik is the editor of The Monthly.



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Editor’s Note February 2019

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As the Morrison government stumbles towards electoral disaster, seemingly incapable of finding its purpose, intent instead on exploiting nationalist culture politics, surely some in the Coalition must be regretting their actions of August last year.  The …

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Editor’s Note December 2018 – January 2019

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  In July 2016 I received an email from journalist Sam Vincent: “Have you heard of David Eastman?” Eastman was convicted in 1995 for the murder of AFP Assistant Commissioner Colin Winchester, the most senior cop ever killed …

Summer stories

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Tim Winton on saving Australia’s other great reef, plus Richard Cooke on the US midterms

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The Liberal Party: a rolling fiasco

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The government’s suite of half-formed ideas work for no one

Politics and life-threatening decisions

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A former immigration department official speaks out, plus Sean Kelly on Scott Morrison

Arts special with award winning artist Mojo Juju

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Also featuring director Rachel Perkins plus Karen Hitchcock on drug legalisation

Editor’s Note September 2018

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September in Australia means celebrating football fever. But as Wendy Carlisle’s extensive investigation for The Monthly reveals, players may pay a permanent price for their brief moments of on-field glory. While American football has been …

Helen Garner on the courts, and a cure for ageing?

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Also featuring the legend of Australian spy Laurie Matheson and Andrew Ford on Leonard Bernstein

Editor’s Note July 2018

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When trying to account for Rupert Murdoch’s influence over the past six decades, one of the difficulties is imagining a world without it. As Richard Cooke points out in the July issue of The Monthly, modern life sans Murdoch is almost inconceivable, …

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