A special offer from Griffith Review

Cultural Fund

Griffith Review is one of Australia’s leading Australian literary magazines. Each themed edition presents new writing from emerging, mid-career and established writers, in the form of essays, memoir, reportage, short fiction, poetry and visual essays.

The current edition – Griffith Review 68: Getting On – features the first essay from the Griffith Review Reportage Project. Supported by the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund, the project commissions three Australian writers to write approximately 7,500 words on enduring topics such as gender, sustainability, policy, environment or culture (or one of Griffith Review’s forthcoming edition themes).

Literary reportage is a rewarding and challenging form of writing that can change the way readers think about current affairs and events to come. The Griffith Review Reportage Project provides a rare opportunity for established professional writers to create long-form pieces for publication, while also benefitting Australian readers and literary culture more broadly.

Freelance journalist and author Andrew Stafford is the first writer to be published as part of the initiative. His essay, ‘Dying Wish’, appears in Griffith Review 68 and is also available to read online.

To celebrate the launch of the Griffith Review Reportage Project, Griffith Review is offering Copyright Agency members a free Premium Subscription (1 year), which includes both print and digital editions!

To claim this offer, head to Griffith Review’s subscriptions page, select the Premium Subscription option, and use the code GRCA2020. This special offer is limited to the first 15 subscribers, so be sure to get in quick before the code expires!

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