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Griffith Review

Since 2003, Griffith Review has been the leading literary magazine in Australia with an uncanny ability to anticipate emerging trends.

Each themed collection presents fresh insights and analysis of the big issues from pre-eminent Australian and international writers.

Its unique model features a mix of essays, memoir, reportage, short fiction, poetry and visual essays by emerging and established authors who tease out the complexity of current events.

Griffith Review is a high quality, agenda-setting, quarterly publication, delivering insight into the issues that matter most in a timely, authoritative and engaging fashion.

Griffith Review also plays an important role in supporting new and emerging writers alongside established authors, connecting them to a significant national audience and enriching public life. Scores of writers have had their first professional publication in Griffith Review, many of whom have consequently secured publishing contracts, scholarships and awards.

Griffith Review is edited by Julianne Schultz, whom the Canberra Times called ‘the ultra-marathoner of Australian cultural life’.

Established in 2003 by Griffith University as a non-partisan literary journal with a ‘pragmatically reforming heart’, Griffith Review reflects the University’s commitment to share knowledge across traditional boundaries, promote civic dialogue and participation.  

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Praise for Griffith Review

‘Australia’s most important literary magazine.’ Courier-Mail

‘Essential reading for each and every one of us.’ Readings

‘A varied, impressive and international cast of authors.’ Australian

‘Griffith Review is a must-read for anyone with even a passing interest in current affairs, politics, literature and journalism. The timely, engaging writing lavishly justifies the Brisbane-based publication’s reputation as Australia’s best example of its genre.’ West Australian

‘This quarterly magazine is a reminder of the breadth and talent of Australian writers. Verdict: literary treat.’ Herald Sun

‘Griffith Review editor Julianne Schultz is the ultra-marathoner of Australian cultural life.’ Canberra Times

‘At a time when long form journalism is under threat and the voices in our public debate are often off-puttingly condescending, hectoring and discordant, Griffith Review is the elegant alternative.’ Booktopia Buzz

‘Griffith Review is a wonderful journal. It’s pretty much setting the agenda in Australia and fighting way above its weight… You’re mad if you don’t subscribe.’ Phillip Adams

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    Julianne Schultz and Jerath Head
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    Julianne Schultz and Patrick Allington
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    Julianne Schultz and Brendan Gleeson
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    Julianne Schultz and Anne Tiernan
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    Julianne Schultz and Aviva Tuffield
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    Julianne Schultz and Jane Camens
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    Julianne Schultz and Peter Cochrane
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    Julianne Schultz and Lloyd Jones
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    Julianne Schultz and Natasha Cica
    The water of life

    The water of life

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