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Inside the pages of this issue, you’ll find writer and Aboriginal educator Barry Corr’s enlightening response to Geoffrey Blainey’s problematic op ed against the Voice to Parliament in “Finding a way”.  Elsewhere, Australian novelist Jen Craig muses on the new novel Basin by Scott McCulloch and Aotearoa artist Hana Pera Aoake writes powerfully on Indigeneity and climate crisis in “Tukua mai he kapunga oneone ki ahau hei tangi māku — Send me a handful of soil so that I may weep”. Don’t miss the next instalment in our Cooperative Power essay series – a fatidic essay by Scott Robinson on the techno-fix of carbon sequestration.

History carves a trail of unlikely connections in historian Bill Gammage’s heartfelt telling of a fateful meeting at Passchendaele Ridge in “An incident at Passchendaele”, while poet Dan Disney’s distinctive style lays out a lucid collage of Australian mythologising in the poetry of AD Hope, James McAuley, Les Murray and others in “grave sites”. It’s our pleasure to be publishing a first look at Indigenous journalist Dan Browning’s upcoming book, Close to the Subject (Magabala Books). In the essay of the same name, Browning’s eviscerating commentary on being Blak in journalism hints at the book’s potential to unmake and radicalise the industry.

You’ll also find new poetry from the likes of Amy CrutchfieldRico CraigJosie/Jocelyn Suzanne and Luoyang Chen, plus new fiction from Jo LangdonAndy McQuestinEmily Wilson and Jane Downing

It’s a terrific issue to have on its own – or as part of a subscription!

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