Please help us support Australian writing, culture and ideas. Every gift makes a difference and all donations over $2 are tax deductible. Donate online using Griffith University’s quick, easy and secure Online Giving Form, and selecting ‘Griffith Review’ from the destinations dropdown menu. (All data is encrypted to ensure your privacy.) You can also download a donation form to print and mail back to us.

Over the past twelve years we have published nearly nine hundred authors – many of them for the first time – provided the starting point for more than one hundred and thirty books, hosted hundreds of events and enriched the quality of public life in this country. Our entire backlist is free-to-all on our website. In a recent survey, 99 per cent of our contributors recognised Griffith Review as an important platform for showcasing writers. To continue to support Australian writing, culture and ideas depends on our ability to commission and pay those who write for us. Writers are not well paid in this country, but their work is essential to making sense of our increasingly complex world, so we try to support them as best we can.

We need your help if we are to continue to produce work of the highest quality and support Australian writers. Your contribution is critical.

Your support will help us:

  • Expand the impact and visibility of Griffith Review, helping to showcase the most innovative and creative Australian writing to the world.
  • Commission major new essays, reportage and creative writing from leading Australian authors and thinkers.
  • Expand opportunities for new and emerging writers.
  • Stage a more diverse range of events, readings and public discussions.
  • Provide new initiatives to expand the scope and reach of Griffith Review’s print and digital editions to capitalise on the opportunities and threats posed by digital publishing.
  • Diversify our income stream and make us more financially sustainable in a rapidly changing landscape of public funding.

Griffith Review makes an exceptional impact on the national conversation and plays a vital role in identifying and developing new literary talent, thanks in part to the loyalty and generosity of thousands of subscribers and Patrons.

Please contact us if you would like to receive more information about becoming a Griffith Review Patron or making a charitable contribution.

Griffith Review thanks its existing patrons and donors, whose generosity has contributed towards expanding Griffith Review’s impact and visibility.

Founding Patron
Ms Margaret Mittelheuser (Dec.)

Major Patrons
Dr Cathryn Mittelheuser

Prof Glyn Davis AC
Prof Tom Griffiths AO
Ms Wendy Page
Mr Mark Scott AO
Ms Susan Varga

Foundation Subscriber
Ms Wendy McCarthy AO
John R McIlwain
Emeritus Professor Rodney Tiffen

Contributors Circle Members
Rod Ainsworth, Jeaninne Baker, Sarah Burnside, Lois Calvert, Jane Camens, David Carlin, Nandi Chinna, Peter Cochrane, Brooke Davis, Tony Davis, Mary Delahunty, Anna Maria Dell’oso, Peter Doherty, Laura Elvery, Andrew Fowler, Lynn Garlick, Stephen Garton, Helen Gildfind, Stephanie Green, Paul Ham, Judy Harrison, Siobhan Harvey, Ashley Hay, Jim Hearn, Xavier Hennekinne, Julie James Baily, Ashley Kalagian Blunt, Leah Kaminsky, Lee Kofman, Annee Lawrence, David Leser, Sally McInerney, Catherine McKinnon, Peter Meredith, Cameron Muir, Klaus Neumann, Peter Newman, Kris Olsson, Tamson Pietsch, Tim Rowse, Kate Ryan, Laura Jan Shore, GJ Stroud, Tangea Tansley, Chris Wallace, Anne Webster-Wright, Jessica White.