A year on from Australian Parliament passing legislation to allow same-sex marriage, Griffith Review 62: All Things Equal – The Novella Project VI will tease out what this means: is it a sign of a new-found appetite for equality? The primacy of love and family? A measure of a flawed political process, or the mark of a new approach to political decision-making?
The Griffith Review is seeking stories and reportage that address this both directly and obliquely: powerfully and beautifully written works that engage with the personal, social and political challenges and opportunities that this represents.
Open to both works of fiction and long-form creative non-fiction, submit novellas, memoirs, biography or reportage that bring to life issues, and the stories around them, in the national narrative.
With the support of the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund the Griffith Review will publish a minimum of five of the best works they receive.
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