Contributors

The Monthly (Australia) - - FRONT PAGE -

NOEL PEARSON

(‘A Job Half Un­done’, p.8) is co-chair of Good to Great Schools Aus­tralia and pol­icy ad­viser to Cape York Part­ner­ship.

JUDITH BRETT

(‘The new For­got­ten Peo­ple’, p.11) is writ­ing a bi­og­ra­phy of Alfred Deakin.

SAM VIN­CENT

(‘True His­tory of the Clarke Gang’, p.14) is a Can­berra-based writer and the au­thor of Blood and Guts: Dis­patches from the Whale Wars.

DAVID NEUSTEIN

(‘SOS’, p.15) is the Monthly’s ar­chi­tec­ture critic.

NI­COLE GILL

(‘Na­ture 2.0’, p.17) is a Tas­ma­nian writer and in­va­sive-species man­age­ment spe­cial­ist.

KAREN HITCH­COCK

(‘The Medicine’, p.20) is a doctor and Monthly colum­nist. Her most re­cent work is the Quar­terly Es­say ‘Dear Life’.

HE­LEN GARNER

(‘Why She Broke’, p.22) is a nov­el­ist, short-story writer, screen­writer and jour­nal­ist. Her most re­cent book is the col­lec­tion Ev­ery­where I Look.

RICHARD DENNISS

(‘Grandfathering the Aus­tralian Dream’, p.30) is the chief econ­o­mist at the Aus­tralia In­sti­tute. His lat­est book is Econob­a­b­ble.

CERIDWEN DOVEY

(‘The Snip’, p.36) is the au­thor of Blood Kin and Only the An­i­mals.

FRAN CUS­WORTH

(‘The School-shop­ping List’, p.42) writes jour­nal­ism and fic­tion. Her lat­est novel is The Near Miss.

JENNY VALEN­TISH

(‘One Step Be­yond’, p.44) is the au­thor of Wo­man of Sub­stances, pub­lished by Black Inc. in June.

SE­BAS­TIAN SMEE

(‘Sen­sory Cy­cles’, p.48) is the art critic for the Bos­ton Globe and win­ner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for crit­i­cism. His most re­cent book is The Art of Ri­valry: Four Friend­ships, Be­tray­als, and Break­throughs in Mod­ern Art.

SHANE DANIELSEN

(‘Lowlife in the Sub­urbs’, p.52) is a screen­writer and for­mer artis­tic di­rec­tor of the Edinburgh In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val.

AN­WEN CRAW­FORD

(‘Time Lords’, p.54) is the Monthly’s mu­sic critic and the au­thor of Live Through This.

OSLO DAVIS

(‘In Light of Re­cent Events’, p.58) is an il­lus­tra­tor, artist and car­toon­ist.

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