Telling someone to “grow up” is often taken badly. No one likes to be told that they’re acting like a child. But to ‘grow up’ is part of the constantly evolving human condi- tion. We always should be, in a sense, growing up.
Psychologists pref... read more
How does classical music intersect legitimately with other musical genres? Where are the dividing lines, and what is it that defines collaborations between orchestras and ensembles with artists from jazz, pop and rock as classical, rather than crossover?Feature- The Bauhaus was t... read more
Issue 34 includes: cover art by Prudence Flint.
Nonfiction from Rebecca Harkins-Cross, Jana Perković, Hayley Singer, Nick Taras, Peter Polites, Susana Moreira Marques, Simona Castricum, Anushka Jasraj, Bastian Fox Phelan, Alice Robinson, Richard M Hanson, Nicole McKenzie, Mic... read more
The "Paris Review" is a groundbreaking publication bringing together fiction, poetry and prose from great writers all over the world. Its legendary interview series alone represents the single most important body of work that celebrates writing about writing. Publis... read more
News from nowhere How to live a life How the west tamed the unicorn Letters from Glasgow Mary, Queen of Scots My life as a bookseller Learning to love your shadow Nature talk The magic of hand weaving A stitch in time Settled in Shetland Destined to ... read more
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In Dragon's Tail, Andrew Charlton explores the supercharged rise of China and considers Australia's future as the Chinese dragon stirs and shifts. China's rise has been perhaps the most significant economic event in two centuries... read more
Issue 41 features an incredibly strong mix of new work — including wide-ranging essays, provocative fiction, biting commentary, thoughtful criticism, vibrant poetry, and as always so many pages of comics and visual art.
With cover art by renowned artist Molly Dyson, Iss... read more