CON­TRIB­U­TORS

The Monthly (Australia) - - CONTRIBUTORS -

DON WAT­SON

(‘We Are All Di­min­ished’, p.10) is the au­thor of, most re­cently, The Bush, A Sin­gle Tree, the Quar­terly Essay ‘En­emy Within: Amer­i­can Pol­i­tics in the Time of Trump’ and this year’s There It Is Again, a col­lec­tion of his writ­ing.

ANNA KRIEN

(‘The Un­flap­pable Finkel’, p.12) is the au­thor of Night Games, Into the Woods and the Quar­terly Essay ‘The Long Good­bye: Coal, Coral and Aus­tralia’s Cli­mate Dead­lock’.

DAR­RYN KING

(‘Straight outta Nar­ran­dera’, p.16, and ‘The Ringmaster Steps into the Spot­light’, p.84) is a free­lance jour­nal­ist based in New York.

ALICE PUNG (‘Home Truths’, p.18) is the au­thor of

Un­pol­ished Gem, Her Fa­ther’s Daugh­ter, Lau­rinda and Writ­ers on Writ­ers: Alice Pung on John Mars­den.

PA­TRICK WIT­TON

(‘The New Grotesque’, p.20) 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’.

NOEL PEAR­SON

(‘Be­trayal’, p.24) is co-chair of Good to Great Schools Aus­tralia and pol­icy ad­viser to Cape York Part­ner­ship.

RICHARD COOKE

(‘Once Upon a Time in the West’, p.36) is a writer, broad­caster and con­tribut­ing ed­i­tor to the Monthly.

LINDA JAIVIN

(‘The New Era’, p.52) is an au­thor and a trans­la­tor of Chi­nese. Her re­cent works in­clude the Quar­terly Essay ‘Found in Trans­la­tion’ and the novel The Empress Lover.

MAR­GARET SI­MONS

(‘When the Pol­i­tics Got Per­sonal’, p.64) is an au­thor and as­so­ci­ate pro­fes­sor in jour­nal­ism at Monash Uni­ver­sity.

ROBERT SKIN­NER

(‘On the Road to Gunda­gai’, p.74) is the ed­i­tor of The Ca­nary Press.

ANNA GOLDSWOR­THY

(‘Un­fin­ished Busi­ness’, p.76) is the ed­i­tor of The Best Aus­tralian Es­says 2017.

LES MUR­RAY

(‘The In­land Food Bowl’, p.77) Les Mur­ray’s most re­cent collections are Wait­ing for the Past and The Best 100 Po­ems of Les Mur­ray.

SE­BAS­TIAN SMEE

(‘Ar­rest­ing Time’, p.80) is the win­ner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for crit­i­cism. His most re­cent book is The Art of Ri­valry.

QUENTIN SPRAGUE

(‘A Space of One’s Own’, p.87) is a writer and cu­ra­tor based in Gee­long.

ANWEN CRAW­FORD

(‘The Pos­si­ble Fu­ture’, p.90) is the Monthly’s mu­sic critic and the au­thor of Live Through This.

LUKE DAVIES

(‘The Per­fec­tion of Youth’, p.93) is the Monthly’s film critic and the au­thor of Candy, Totem and In­ter­feron Psalms.

OSLO DAVIS

(‘In Light of Re­cent Events’, p.98) is an il­lus­tra­tor, artist and car­toon­ist. His lat­est book is Over­heard – The Art of Eaves­drop­ping.

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