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    State of Hope

    Hope is at the heart of South Australia. More than any other state it has shaped its own destiny with large doses of vision and optimism.

    As the industrial model that shaped twentieth-century South Australia is replaced by an uncertain future, now more than ever the state needs to draw on the strengths of its past in order to move ahead.

    South Australia has always demonstrated a 
    willingness to
    challenge prevailing sentiments, experiment, boldly innovate and take a national lead –...

  • Contributors Circle

    Varuna Fellowships
    Submissions open

    I’ve never been on an immersive writing retreat before. It was intense and surprising and challenging and beautiful. I worked harder and for longer than I ever have, and fell quickly into a daily routine between writing, wandering the mountains, and losing myself in my book. – Holly Ringland, Varuna Fellowship winner 2015.

    If you are developing a new writing project, or putting the finishing touches on a current project, then Griffith Review’s Varuna Fellowships could be the perfect opportunity for you to spend some quality time making that happen. Submissions for this year’s competition close on 24 February, so get your entries in soon if you haven’t already done so! Please email griffithreview@griffith.edu.au for more details. Open to Contributors Circle members only.

  • Work with us

    Now hiring:
    General Manager

    Griffith Review is currently inviting applications for the position of General Manager.

    The General Manager manages publishing and commercial activities of Griffith Review including strategic planning, finance and budgeting, marketing and publicity, development strategies and staff management. The position will work closely with the Editor and staff of Griffith Review, Griffith University, funding bodies, patrons and other external stakeholders.
    Applications will close on Monday 6 March.
    More information about the position and how to will be available here shortly, or email us at griffithreview@griffith.edu.au

  • Griffith Review 57

    Perils of Populism:
    Submissions open

    The world is in the grip of profound political and social change. Leaders are rising who promise to respond to the voice of the people – people who are aggrieved and resentful, feeling the sting of inequality and the uncertainty of a new economic order.

    We are seeking pieces for Griffith Review 57: Perils of Populism. As the populist movement continues to make its presence felt, we’re looking for writers keen to explore with originality and insight the sources and perils of contemporary populism: economic, social, educational, media, political, religious – the human and social dimensions up close and personal.
    Further details on the edition – and how to submit – can be found here.

  • Griffith Review 58

    The Novella Project V:
    Submissions open

    These stories are a showcase for the strengths of the novella form. Each writer cleverly maintains the limits of the world the evoke, revealing it through judicious use of detail while taking us deep into the inner workings of their characters. – Nick Earls on the Novella Project IV

    Submissions for Griffith Review’s The Novella Project V competition are now open. Winning novellas will share in a $25,000 prize pool and will be published in Griffith Review 58: Storied Lives, Making a Difference – The Novella Project V (30 October 2016). This year, the competition is open not only to fiction, but to works of long-form, creative non-fiction that explore the personal tales of those whose exploits have made a difference. More information is available here.

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