Issue 15, October 2013

In the lead feature for this edition, Michelle Dicinoski takes a personal approach to marriage equality in Australia.

Elsewhere in COMMENTARY, Zoe Barron remembers malicious property damage in the suburbs; Sam Bolton goes to live-action role play; Pepi Ronalds writes about public art; Laura Jean McKay goes on exchange to Indonesia; Kerrin O’Sullivan takes Dostoyevsky to the High Country; Emma Rummery on climbing Mount Everest; and Kate Goldsworthy examines fan fiction.

In FICTION, we have stories ‘Control’ from Daniel Ducrou and ‘Just Like Us’ from Melanie Joosten.

In INTERVIEW, we’re in conversation with Laurent Binet, and in REVIEWS Rebecca Howden looks at the myth of Zelda Fitzgerald; Julia Tulloh celebrates fifty years of Doctor Who, and Stephanie Van Schilt writes about the work of David Rakoff.


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