Nick Feik

Nick Feik
Nick Feik is the editor of The Monthly.

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


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

Editor’s Note July 2018


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, …

Twenty-four dollars and some sense


The best prospect for workplace reform is a change of government

Image of One Nation leader Pauline Hanson

One Nation divided


It’s her way or the highway for Burston

Cash comments


The minister fronts the media after being subpoenaed

Espionage and clandestine interference


Bob Carr and questions about Chinese influence

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Stop and listen


The Turnbull government refuses to acknowledge Indigenous voices

Editor’s Note June 2018


“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 …

Image of Scott Morrison and cabinet ahead of Budget 2018

Budget 2018: expect the expected


Morrison will predict great things for the economy and spend accordingly