June 2005


Magazine

June 2005

Comment

Blind date

Boy’s in a hood

No screaming

Day of the skinny insect

The Nation Reviewed


The Monthly Essays

Young Libs in the Chocolate Factory

Tomorrow’s Liberal leaders have issues with gays, greenies, young mums, Malcolm Fraser - and each other

Over here, over fed, over-funded

As destitute universities count their pennies, students at one Australian institution count their blessings


Arts & Letters

Brown skin black hearts. Two trail-spotting postcards from two different Australias

‘Kayang & Me’ by Kim Scott and Hazel Brown; ‘Balanda’ by Mary Ellen Jordan

Boy’s in a hood

Ricky Swallow goes to Venice

No screaming

Kore-eda Hirokazu’s ‘Nobody Knows’

Day of the skinny insect

Ballads, blues, babes and a man still expressing himself: ‘B-sides and Rarities’ by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds



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