CON­TRIB­U­TORS

The Monthly (Australia) - - CONTRIBUTORS -

ME­GAN DAVIS

(“Free Speech and Buried Truths”, p.10) is a Cob­ble Cob­ble wo­man from Queens­land, a pro vice chan­cel­lor and pro­fes­sor of law at UNSW, and a mem­ber of the Ref­er­en­dum Coun­cil.

JO CHAN­DLER

(“The Roads to APEC”, p.13) is a Mel­bournebased free­lance jour­nal­ist and au­thor.

SARAH KRAS­NOS­TEIN

(“Speak­ing for the Dead”, p.16) is a writer, a lec­turer and a le­gal re­searcher with a doc­tor­ate in crim­i­nal law. She is the au­thor of The Trauma Cleaner.

HE­LEN SUL­LI­VAN

(“The Fu­ture End of Town”, p.18) is a Syd­ney­based free­lance writer. She has ap­peared in The New Yorker and The Guardian.

HE­LEN GARNER

(“The Courts”, p.20) is an award-win­ning nov­el­ist, short-story writer, screen­writer and jour­nal­ist. Her most re­cent book is the col­lec­tion Ev­ery­where I Look.

SEAN KELLY

(“Leave No Trace”, p.22) is a Fair­fax com­men­ta­tor, and a for­mer ad­viser to prime min­is­ters Kevin Rudd and Ju­lia Gil­lard.

SHAUN HANNS

(“I Left the Im­mi­gra­tion De­part­ment to Speak Out”, p.34) is a for­mer of­fi­cer of the De­part­ment of Home Af­fairs.

PAUL DAVIES

(“A New The­ory of Can­cer”, p.40) is a physi­cist and as­tro­bi­ol­o­gist at Ari­zona State Univer­sity, where he is Re­gents’ Pro­fes­sor and Di­rec­tor of the Be­yond Cen­ter for Fun­da­men­tal Con­cepts in Sci­ence. His next book, The De­mon in the Ma­chine, will be pub­lished by Pen­guin in early 2019.

BRI­OHNY DOYLE

(“A Wo­man Walks Alone at Night”, p.48) is the au­thor of Adult Fan­tasy, which is short­listed for the Mel­bourne Prize for Lit­er­a­ture Best Writ­ing Award, and The Is­land Will Sink. She is a lec­turer at Deakin Univer­sity.

DARRYN KING

(“On Broad­way”, p.54) is a free­lance jour­nal­ist based in New York.

LUKE GOODSELL

(“A Big­ger, Shinier Cage”, p.57) is a critic and edi­tor who has con­trib­uted to the ABC, SBS and the Mel­bourne In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val.

HARRY WIND­SOR

(“The Out­law Robert Red­ford”, p.60) is a critic for The Hol­ly­wood Re­porter and the for­mer edi­tor of In­side Film.

OSLO DAVIS

(“In Light of Re­cent Events”, p.66) is an il­lus­tra­tor, artist and cartoonist. His lat­est book is Over­heard – The Art of Eaves­drop­ping. His work cur­rently adorns a tram as part of the Mel­bourne Fes­ti­val’s Art Tram project.

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