March 2019

The Nation Reviewed

Screen addiction

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

Marina Kamenev

Marina Kamenev is a Sydney-based journalist.

Cover

March 2019

From the front page

Ardern confirms gun law reforms

With the world watching, NZ’s PM shows how it’s done

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

Illustration

Ben Quilty in bleeding colour

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


In This Issue

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Trains, pains and Berejiklian

Will a big infrastructure spend help or hinder NSW’s Coalition government this election?

Image of Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd, 2010

Rats, heroes and Kevin Rudd’s ‘The PM Years’

This memoir answers some questions about his deposal and return but raises others

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Tuckshop intervention

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

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Ben Quilty in bleeding colour

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


More in The Nation Reviewed

Illustration

Tuckshop intervention

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

Illustration

Ben Quilty in bleeding colour

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

Illustration

The search for the Endeavour

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

Illustration

Formal night in Gunnedah

Not even a drought can stop this NSW country town’s night of nights


Read on

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

Image of Nationals leader Michael McCormack

Instability again threatens the Nationals

What can history tell us about the party’s current strife?


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