Griffith Review 30: The Annual Fiction Edition

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Julianne Schultz
Text Publishing, Oct 25, 2010 - Literary Collections - 272 pages
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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's highly regarded second annual fiction edition features sparkling short fiction by established and emerging writers from around the Pacific Rim and Australia who are engaging with the region, including Peter Temple, Janette Turner Hospital, Nick Earls, Eva Hornung, Kate Holden, Alice Pung and many more.

Packed with great summer reading, this edition also includes the announcement of the 2010 winners of the Griffith Review Emerging Writers' Prize.

 

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Dr Julianne Schultz AM is a professor in the Centre for Public Culture and Ideas at Griffith University. She has written extensively about the media and is the author or editor of more than twenty books. She was the co-chair of the Creative Australia stream at the 2020 Summit and was recently appointed to the Board of the ABC.

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