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Griffith Review’s second annual fiction collection will focus on the Pacific region: from the Americas to Asia, the Pacific islands, New Zealand and Australia. What binds us? What pulls us apart?
As economic, political and cultural power moves from North America and Europe to the Asia-Pacific, Australia is enjoying a new relationship with its neighbours. The shift of individuals and ideas across borders is giving rise to new voices in literature.
Griffith Review 30 will feature sparkling short fiction by those writers—emerging and established—who are engaging with the region. Packed with great summer reading, this edition will also include the announcement of the winners of the 2010 Griffith Review Emerging Writers’ Prize (GREW).
In what seems like just a few years, the Griffith Review has become a journal of prominence to rival longer-running Australian journals. With the range of talent on offer in the annual fiction edition, it’s not difficult to see why…every piece earns its place in this collection; each has its own voice and its own claim to be read.