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Griffith Review’s seventh annual edition dedicated to the novella eschews a set theme to showcase work across a spectrum of subjects. Open to both fiction and creative non-fiction, Griffith Review’s dedication to the novella form has been hailed by Nick Earls as central to the revival of the form in Australia. ‘Griffith Review’s Novella Project is one of the world’s leading novella competitions,’ he comments ‘and is the cornerstone of the revitalisation of the form in Australia.’
As well as the winning novella entries, Griffith Review 66 will feature new work from Holly Ringland and Griffith Review Writing Fellow Krissy Kneen.
This year’s expert judges for the novella competition are Maxine Beneba Clarke, Aviva Tuffield, Matthew Condon and Holden Sheppard.
‘Griffith Review is the best literary journal in the country.’
‘Of all the small magazines in this country, Griffith Review is the one that’s essential reading.’
‘For intelligent, well-written quarterly commentary…Griffith Review remains the gold standard.’
‘These are stories of exploration and revelation; tales of taking flight and breaking free; tales of discovery and recovery. They’re a handful of narrative mornings; they’re starting points for change.’