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A series of key essays explore the nexus between sex, money and power. Creed O'Hanlon writes for the first time about the delusions of power in a riveting essay. Marcia Langton dissects the abusive style of big bunga politics in Indigenous communities and its profound consequences. All these issues and more are explored in a mix of essays, memoirs and stories that deal with the big issues in a way that is personal, political and unpredictable - but always engaging and readable. This summer issue of Griffith Review will provide new insights and showcase some of the finest writers in the country.
Griffith Review is edited by Julianne Schultz, an award-winning writer.