- Submissions sent in hard copy form will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
- Submissions should follow the guidelines set out in the ‘For Writers’ document.
Edition 43: Pacific Highways
Deadline for submissions: 30 August 2013
Publication date: Late January 2014
Where does New Zealand sit in the world? Once the child of Britain, then the willful child of Britain, in the wired-up Internet Age the country is now part of a global community. Yet the profile of its population increasingly reflects the Pacific Rim. Auckland is now reportedly the most cosmopolitan city in Australasia.
Pacific Highways will explore the rapidly changing nature of New Zealand as inward migration from the Pacific and Asia reshape the country, while outward migration of New Zealanders to Australia remains at record levels.
While the two countries may face similar geo-political pressures and opportunities, the different linguistic, cultural, moral and legal ramifications may be defining in unexpected ways.
Pacific Highways will explore the points of resistance and overlap and will challenge perceptions of New Zealand from both sides of the Tasman.
Co-edited by Julianne Schultz and Lloyd Jones.
Griffith REVIEW 44: Cultural Solutions
Deadline for submissions: 13 December 2013 *Early submissions are encouraged so that the editors can consider them carefully.
Publication date: May 2014
Edited by Julianne Schultz
Intractable social problems persist despite legal sanctions and economic incentives. It is time to try a new approach.
The answer may lay in culture – using creativity, story telling and community engagement to motivate and inspire.
Cultural Solutions documents the great success stories of lives and communities transformed. It explores new ways of belonging, building social capital and bringing pleasure and joy to lives and creating public value. Design, heritage, storytelling, participation and performance are the essential tools that may solve intractable problems. Griffith REVIEW brings the stories from the creative frontlines of this new world to life in edition 44.