Griffith Review subscription giveaway

Cultural Fund

Griffith Review is generously offering fifteen subscriptions to celebrate their final edition for 2021, Griffith Review 74: Escape Routes. This issue explores new words and new worlds with a selection of emerging and established Australian writers.

Early in 2021, Griffith Review invited Australia’s emerging writers to send in their best stories. The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund supported this inaugural competition, and this edition showcases the four winning entries.

  • Declan Fry, ‘Americano Sal’
  • Alison Gibbs, ‘Emily Presents’
  • Vijay Khurana, ‘The Menaced Assassin’
  • Andrew Roff, ‘Camelopard’

Fiction readers can look forward to stories by Behrouz Boochani, Peggy Frew, Loki Liddle, Megan McGrath, Kim Scott, Shaun Tan and Jessica White. The non-fiction readers have also also been spoilt with work from Sally Breen, Alice Gorman, Natalie Kon-yu, Raelee Lancaster, David Ritter, Beejay Silcox and Madeleine Watts.

In addition, there is a selection of poets to discover: Lloyd Jones, Cate Kennedy, Jodie Lea Martire, Nick Mansfield, Peter Skrzynecki, Ko Ko Thett and Haley Zilberberg.

Celebrating the launch of this final edition for 2021, Griffith Review has a special offer of a free premium subscription (print + digital) to the first 15 Copyright Agency members to respond.

To claim this offer, head to Griffith Review’s subscriptions page, select your preferred 1-year format, and use the code GRCA2022.

This special offer is limited to the first 15 Copyright Agency members, so be sure to get in quick before the code expires!

 

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