Con­trib­u­tors

The Monthly (Australia) - - CONTRIBUTORS -

ME­GAN DAVIS

(‘To Walk in Two Worlds’, p.8) is a Cob­ble Cob­ble woman from Queens­land, a pro vice chan­cel­lor and pro­fes­sor of law at the Univer­sity of New South Wales, and a mem­ber of the Ref­er­en­dum Coun­cil.

DON WAT­SON

(‘The Hand­shake’, p.11) is the au­thor of, most re­cently, The Bush, Worst Words and the Quar­terly Es­say ‘En­emy Within: Amer­i­can Pol­i­tics in the Time of Trump’.

RICHARD COOKE

(‘Age-old Hate’, p.13) is a writer, broad­caster and con­tribut­ing editor to the Monthly.

DAR­RYN KING

(‘Word Wran­glers’, p.16) is a free­lance jour­nal­ist based in New York.

CHLOE HOOPER

(‘Be­yond the Notes’, p.18) is the au­thor of The En­gage­ment, A Child’s Book of True Crime and The Tall Man.

PATRICK WIT­TON

(‘A Near-im­pos­si­ble Sell’, p.19) is the Monthly’s pro­duc­tion editor.

KAREN HITCH­COCK

(‘The Medicine’, p.22) is a doc­tor and Monthly colum­nist. Her most re­cent work is the Quar­terly Es­say ‘Dear Life’.

NICK FEIK

(‘Killing Our Me­dia’, p.24) is the Monthly’s editor.

KIM MAHOOD

(‘Coun­try Needs Peo­ple’, p.34) is the au­thor of Craft for a Dry Lake, Po­si­tion Doubt­ful and the es­say ‘Kar­tiya are like Toy­otas’.

STEVEN AM­S­TER­DAM

(‘A Few Ques­tions Be­fore You Go’, p.46) is a Mel­bourne-based writer and pal­lia­tive care nurse. His lat­est book is The Easy Way Out.

JULIE EWING­TON

(‘What Must Be Said’, p.50) is a Syd­ney-based in­de­pen­dent writer, cu­ra­tor and broad­caster.

ROBERT MANNE

(‘Pol­i­tics Gets Per­sonal’, p.54) is emer­i­tus pro­fes­sor of pol­i­tics and vice-chan­cel­lor’s fel­low at La Trobe Univer­sity. His most re­cent book is The Mind of the Is­lamic State.

HE­LEN EL­LIOTT

(‘Her Elo­quent Heart’, p.56) is a lit­er­ary jour­nal­ist and writer.

SE­BAS­TIAN SMEE

(‘Sweep­ing Us Up’, p.58) 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.

AN­WEN CRAW­FORD

(‘Par­al­lel Uni­verses’, p.61) is the Monthly’s mu­sic critic and the au­thor of Live Through This.

OSLO DAVIS

(‘In Light of Re­cent Events’, p.66) is an il­lus­tra­tor, artist and car­toon­ist.

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