Nearly two decades ago, Melissa Lucashenko was a delivery driver in Brisbane’s northern outskirts. Today, the Griffith graduate and Griffith Review contributor is a recipient of Australia’s most prestigious literary prize – the Miles Franklin Award. ‘Too Much Lip’ is Lucashenko’s sixth title of contemporary Aboriginal life. It centres on a character named Kerry Salter, […]
David Ritter says it is also time for political parties on both sides of the left and right divide to listen to the concerns of Australians.
What Do We Want To Be When We Grow Up?
Griffith PhD and doctoral reunion celebrates 40 years of research.
Founding editor Julianne Schultz will take on the role of publisher for the highly regarded quarterly.
People under 35 have been largely overlooked during the Queensland state election campaign, according to a Griffith University expert on millennials and youth affairs. Jerath Head, a research assistant with Griffith’s Policy Innovation Hub and the assistant editor of the Griffith Review, says the key issues that matter to younger voters haven’t received due attention […]
Griffith Review, Australia’s leading journal of literature and ideas, is proud to join with the Queensland Literary Awards in announcing a series of Queensland writers Fellowships.