June 2018

Essays  Right arrow

Culture

Hotel Golf

Helen Garner on life, anger and judgement

Hotel Golf
An unnatural disaster for the Rohingya

Culture

An unnatural disaster for the Rohingya

Myanmar’s systematic attack on its own people has been ignored for too long

The Nation Reviewed  Right arrow

Illustration

Federal politics

A pack of bankers

The financial services royal commission has revealed more than anyone banked on

Illustration

Environment

When planetary catastrophe is your day job

Climate scientists are working hard to keep the apocalypse relevant

Illustration

Music

Curing Clarksdale’s blues

A music-loving Melbourne economist is revitalising a Mississippi town

Illustration

Law and order

Australia’s first body farm

People are dying to get into this forensic research facility

Illustration

Indigenous Australia

Walking the Wukalina Walk

A new four-day tour in Tasmania is owned and guided by Aboriginal people

VOX

A very early retirement

One man’s pursuit of a life without work

Advice for writing

The great authors offer words of wisdom

Arts & Letters  Right arrow

Collingwood

Poems

Collingwood

A song cycle in 5 parts

Image of The Cure in Brazil, 1987

Music

The Cure’s permanent twilight

Robert Smith and co. are celebrating 40 years of the band. Why do they still inspire such love?

The elevated horror of Ari Aster’s ‘Hereditary’

The elevated horror of Ari Aster’s ‘Hereditary’

This debut feature will test the mettle of even the most hardened genre fans

Noted  Right arrow

Cover of Axiomatic

Books

‘Axiomatic’ by Maria Tumarkin

This collection of bracing essays interrogates how we view the past

‘The Lady and the Unicorn’ at the Art Gallery of New South Wales

Art

‘The Lady and the Unicorn’ at the Art Gallery of New South Wales

Six exquisite tapestries form one of the great works of medieval art

In Light of Recent Events  Right arrow
Cartoon
Faking it
In light of recent events