December 2017 – January 2018

The Nation Reviewed

Straight outta Narrandera

By Darryn King
Victoria Lee takes on the Victoria’s Secret runway

Darryn King

Darryn King is a freelance journalist based in New York.

@DarrynKing

December 2017 – January 2018

From the front page

A stadium’s last stand

Arrogance. Vandalism. Victory. It’s the NSW disease

Image of ‘The Seventies’ by Michelle Arrow

Making the private public: ‘The Seventies’ by Michelle Arrow

This new history traces how the decade’s redefined politics shaped modern Australia

Image from ‘Destroyer’

Hell hath no fury: Karyn Kusama’s ‘Destroyer’

Nicole Kidman confronts in this LA crime thriller

‘Exploded View’ by Carrie Tiffany

This new novel is most striking in how it diverges from its predecessors


In This Issue

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We are all diminished

Australian politics is full of contradictions, double standards and gaping voids

Unfinished business: A short story

Can a young wartime couple pick up where they left off?

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The unflappable Finkel

Australia’s chief scientist talks energy alternatives and trying to elevate the narrative

The inland food bowl

A poem


More in The Nation Reviewed

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Tuckshop intervention

How did buying lunch in a Northern Territory school get so complicated?

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Screen addiction

As more of our lives are lived online, more people aren’t coping

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Ben Quilty in bleeding colour

The Australian artist opens up on the eve of a retrospective exhibition

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The search for the Endeavour

After all that, where did Cook’s ship end up?


Read on

Image of ‘The Seventies’ by Michelle Arrow

Making the private public: ‘The Seventies’ by Michelle Arrow

This new history traces how the decade’s redefined politics shaped modern Australia

Image from ‘Destroyer’

Hell hath no fury: Karyn Kusama’s ‘Destroyer’

Nicole Kidman confronts in this LA crime thriller

Image from Hobart’s school strike for climate

The kids are alright

Climate-striking students have every right to protest

Image of Defence Minister Christopher Pyne

The Teflon Kingdom

Saudi Arabia is confident it can buy out the West, and Australia is happy to oblige


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