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Too old to work, too young to die - The Monthly

Pension changes, age discrimination and workplace automation are driving older Australians into poverty


First published in The Monthly Friday, 30th September 2016… 420 more words

Australian Politics

Mirror, mirror | The Monthly

Last week’s television debate Recognition: Yes or No? did not really advance the issue, which was a pity; it could have been more helpful had the participants been better matched.

Source: Mirror, mirror | The Monthly

Andrew Bolt

THE MONTHLY // Canberra's Forgotten Features - Dave Reid's 'Strange James'

There have been many Canberrans over the years that have dreamed of Hollywood at their back door – I admit, I am one of those dreamers. 1,130 more words


THE MONTHLY // Why Every Film Student Should Watch 'Raiders of the Lost Ark.'

Steven Spielberg, the master director behind the 1980s action adventure hero, Indiana Jones, was only 34 years old when Raiders of the Lost Ark arrived in cinemas. 637 more words


A small selection of books and magazines I'm (mostly not) reading.

The Poetry of List-Making

This post is in response to a Wordpress prompt, which I think, to my shame, is more than a week old now, on List-making. 1,365 more words

Blathering About Nothing

Weekly words - things for governments to care about

Alison Croggon cuts to the heart of the Australian funding cuts to the arts in her excellent article on The Monthly blog.

As an example of what an artist freed from funding constraints can aspire to, have a look at… 43 more words

Associate Professor Dr Fiona Kelly in The Monthly

We warmly congratulate La Trobe Law School’s Associate Professor Dr Fiona Kelly who was featured in The Monthly in May 2016.

The Monthly Essay entitled… 189 more words

La Trobe Law School