Who We Are


Is Australia 'the most successful multicultural nation in the world', or is its approach to multiculturalism more an article of faith than a work in progress? Griffith Review 61: Who We Are, co-edited by Julianne Schultz and Peter Mares, examines the opportunities offered and complexities involved in the country's quest to identify as a multicultural nation.

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Novella Project VI winners announced


Griffith Review is pleased to announce the winners of the sixth annual Novella project, supported by Copyright Agency's Cultural Fund.

Congratulations to Miriam Sved, Erin Gough, Daniel Young, Holden Sheppard and Lucy Neave who will join Griffith Review Queensland Writing Fellows Rosie Funder, Anne Richards and Victoria Carless, as well as Anthony Macris and Ronnie Scott in Griffith Review 62: All Being Equal.

Griffith Review 2019–2020 Queensland Writing Fellowships

Griffith Review 2019–2020 Queensland Writing Fellowships


Griffith Review is now accepting submissions for the 2019–2020 Queensland Writing Fellowships.

Up to six fellowships of $3,000–$7,000 will be awarded to Queensland writers, or those with strong ties to Queensland.

For further details on the Fellowships, and how to apply, please see here.

Submissions open – <br>The New Disruptors

Submissions open –
The New Disruptors


Nearly six hundred years ago, the invention of the printing press changed the world. Will digital metamorphosis now bring us to the cusp of an equally revolutionary moment? Griffith Review 64: The New Disruptors takes a wide-ranging look at the upheavals that have come with our increasingly technological world.

Deadline for pitches (non-fiction only): 5 August.
Deadline for full submissions: 2 October.
More details on the edition can be found here.

 

All Being Equal – The Novella Project VI
A year on from the same-sex marriage vote, what is its meaning for those affected – and what are the resonances for the general cause of equality for Australian society?
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