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GE­ORGE ME­GA­LO­GE­NIS

(“Blow­ing Up the Gov­ern­ment To Save It”, p.10) is an au­thor and jour­nal­ist. His lat­est book is The Foot­ball So­lu­tion.

KIM MA­HOOD

(“Honey Ant Coun­try”, p.12) is the au­thor of

Craft for a Dry Lake, Po­si­tion Doubt­ful and the es­say “Kar­tiya Are Like Toy­otas: White Work­ers on Aus­tralia’s Cul­tural Fron­tier”.

DAR­RYN KING

(“World’s Fastest Cu­ber”, p.15) is a free­lance jour­nal­ist based in New York.

MICHAEL LUCY

(“Mak­ing an An­thro­pocene”, p.16) is a writer based in Mel­bourne.

KAREN HITCH­COCK

(“Drugs”, p.18) is a doc­tor and writer. She is the au­thor of a col­lec­tion of short fic­tion, Lit­tle

White Slips, and the Quar­terly Es­say Dear Life: On Car­ing for the El­derly.

BEN­JAMIN LAW

(“Against the Blind­ing White­ness”, p.34) is the au­thor of The Fam­ily Law and the Quar­terly Es­say Moral Panic 101: Equal­ity, Ac­cep­tance and the Safe Schools Scan­dal. He also co-hosts Stop Ev­ery­thing on ABC RN.

CERID­WEN DOVEY

(“The Al­lur­ing World of Liane Mo­ri­arty”, p.46) is the au­thor of Blood Kin, Only the An­i­mals and In the Gar­den of the Fugi­tives. Her lat­est book is Writ­ers on Writ­ers: Cerid­wen Dovey on J.M. Coet­zee.

JUSTIN CLE­MENS

(“First Fruits of Bar­ron Field”, p.68) writes about con­tem­po­rary Aus­tralian art and po­etry. He teaches at the Univer­sity of Mel­bourne.

SHANE DANIELSEN

(“Where I Am May Be Lost”, p.72) is a screen­writer and for­mer artis­tic di­rec­tor of the Ed­in­burgh In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val. He lives in Los An­ge­les with his wife and toy cat.

LUKE GOOD­SELL

(“Eter­nally Beloved”, p.76) is a critic and edi­tor who has con­trib­uted to the ABC, SBS and the Mel­bourne In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val.

OSLO DAVIS

(“In Light of Re­cent Events”, p.82) is an il­lus­tra­tor, artist and car­toon­ist. His lat­est book is Over­heard – The Art of Eaves­drop­ping.

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