June 2005


Magazine

June 2005

Comment

Blind date

Boy’s in a hood

No screaming

Day of the skinny insect

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


The Nation Reviewed


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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