Meanjin Anthology

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Melbourne University Publishing, Nov 1, 2012 - Literary Collections - 400 pages
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Meanjin is AustraliaÍs second oldest literary journal. Founded by Clem Christesen in 1940, it has documented both the changing concerns of Australians and the achievements of many of the nationÍs writers, thinkers and poets. This anthology offers a broad sweep of essays, fiction and poetry published in Meanjin since the magazine began. Readers will get a sense of the debates waged in print over those seven decades and the growing confidence of the Australian written voice. The collection will interest the general reader, the literary enthusiast and those interested in Australian culture The anthology has been compiled by current Meanjin editor Sally Heath, associate editor Zora Sanders, poetry editor Judith Beveridge, Richard McGregor and Emma Fajgenbaum

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About the author (2012)

Sally Heath's first full-time job in journalism was as editor of an independent paper on the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria about 25 years ago. Since then she has divided her time equally between writing and editing, including working as editor of the AgeÍs A2, blogging at A Season of Sundays, and most recently joining MUP as Associate Publisher in 2010. She is MeanjinÍs ninth editor.

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