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Griffith Review is designed to foster and inform public debate and to provide a bridge between the expertise of specialists and the curiosity of readers. We wish to give writers the space to explore issues at greater length, with more time for reflection than is possible under the relentless pressure of daily events. Our aim is to provide the opportunity for established and emerging writers, thinkers and artists to tease out complexity and contradiction and propose new ways of thinking and seeing. Check out our writers' guidelines for further information.

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Future editions


Griffith Review 65: Crimes and Punishments
Edited by Ashley Hay
Submissions now closed
Publication date: 6 August 2019

What is it about crime stories that make people hunger for them?

Griffith Review 65: Crimes and Punishments invites stories that brush with the law: from felons to forensics, from true crime to social justice, from corruption and criminology to Koori courts and other revolutionary reforms. We seek essays, reportage, and stories – fiction and non-fiction – as well as memoir and poetry that delve into the narratives, the policies and the procedures of the myriad aspects of crime, justice and punishment in Australia today.

 

Griffith Review 66: The Novella Project VII
Edited by Ashley Hay
Submissions now closed
Winners announced: May 2019
Publication date: 4 November 2019

Boasting a prize pool of $25,000 to be shared equally among winners, The Novella Project VII is one of the richest novella competitions in the world.

Winning entries will be selected by a panel of expert judges and will feature in Griffith Review 66: The Novella Project VII, which will be published in early November.

The Novella Project VII is supported by the Copyright Agency's Cultural Fund.

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