October 2015


Magazine

October 2015

An era over

The house loses

Coal crash

Australia and I

The lost art of listening

Ferrantissimo

An eye for tyrants

Standing on the outside

Coal crash

How long can Australia ride in the coal wagon?

The Nation Reviewed

An era over

Exit Abbott, enter Turnbull

The house loses

The Australia Council’s history of challenges and challengers

Lee Lin’s double life

Lee Lin Chin’s rise from SBS newsreader to queen of satire

The Ipswich treehouse story

Children’s lit heroes Andy Griffiths, Terry Denton and Jill Griffiths step off the page and onto the stage

Passion projects

Brian & Karl make films that speak their own languages


The Monthly Essays

Coal crash

How long can Australia ride in the coal wagon?

Australia and I

A British author’s complicated relationship with the island continent

The lost art of listening

Has classical music become irrelevant?


VOX

The rule of law, soap-opera style

An Australian author writes for Burmese television

Owl

Medicine

A former smoker’s lament

Why do we smoke and why do we quit?

Medicine

Arts & Letters

Ferrantissimo

The femaleness of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels

An eye for tyrants

Snowtown director Justin Kurzel takes on ‘Macbeth’

Standing on the outside

Cold Chisel reconsidered

Don’t call me ‘Whitey’

Corruption and collusion in Scott Cooper’s ‘Black Mass’



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