Nick Feik


Nick Feik
Nick Feik is the editor of The Monthly.



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One angry state, inept One Nation

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Western Australians have spoken, and loudly

Editor’s Note March 2017

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“A scam artist, an ignoramus, a professional liar, a colossal and malignant narcissist, a vulgarian, a casino operator, a serial bankrupt – a Roy Cohn–mentored billionaire with deep Mob connections – is in the White House. Has there ever been …

Defining clean to include dirty

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The Turnbull government is peddling energy myths and climate denialism

Editor’s Note February 2017

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The first week of Donald Trump’s presidency may not have revealed anything new about the man, but it did confirm the worst fears for his rule. Any doubts over whether he meant what he said – about immigration bans, voter fraud, building a wall, trade …

The Centrelink summer

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The government will be scorched unless it acts soon

Editor’s Note December 2016 – January 2017

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The American people elected a candidate who promised to upend their political system. As with Brexit, it was a political result that seemed to come out of nowhere. The politics of rage, of populism, of protest, are overwhelming Western nations. In the …

Editor’s Note November 2016

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The election of the most powerful person in the world was always going to be dramatic, but the fascination and disgust generated by Donald Trump has led to democratic effects that few predicted. The campaign has been a circus, and no one, it seems, can …

Editor’s Note October 2016

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“In 2016,” writes Alison Croggon in the new issue of the Monthly, “it became clear that Australian arts are facing the worst crisis since before the Australia Council was founded in 1967.” For several years, the Monthly’s …

Editor’s Note September 2016

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What is the role of the ABC? This question has never been more important. As commercial newsrooms struggle amid collapsing revenue – as jobs are lost, desks are closed – and their very existence comes under threat, the public will look to the …

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