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Please come to the launch of issue 74.1!

It’s almost here! The new issue of Southerly, 74.1 Forward Thinking: Utopia and Apocalypse is at the printers and will be in our office in a fortnight’s time. This issue considers how we think about the future in a time that doubts it will occur. It addresses the question of how culture retains its capacity to imagine possible futures in the face of multiple forces that threaten its existence: climate change, global war, the extinction of species. In local terms, Forward Thinking looks at how Australian literature imagines the world beyond present constraints and crises. The issues includes fabulous essays and non-fiction, as well…

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Please come to the launch of Southerly 73.3 ‘the Naked Writer’!

We have a new issue, you ask? We do! It’s just arrived in our offices and we’re packing it up right now. All the info about it will be online very shortly. But in the meantime, we’d love to invite you to its launch! The details of the launch are: When: Thursday March 20th, 5:30pm Where: Common Room, John Woolley Building A20, University of Sydney Map: http://sydney.edu.au/maps/campuses/?area=CAMDAR

Launch of 72.3 Islands and Archipelagos!

Southerly is launching its new issue, 72.3 Islands and Archipelagos. There will be readings from the writers, wine, nibbles, and fabulous good feeling. The details are below: When: Tuesday May 28th, 6 for 6:30pm Where: Common Room, John Woolley Building, University of Sydney (map here: http://sydney.edu.au/maps/campuses/?area=CAMDAR ) We deeply regret that this venue can only be accessed via stairs. RSVP: admin@southerlylitmag.com.au/ …or just turn up. See you there!

Please come to the launch of Southerly 72.1: Mid-century women writers

After much anticipation, Southerly is finally able, and delighted to, invite you to the launch for its latest issue, 72.1: Mid-century women writers. There will be fabulous readings, delicious nibbles, and bohemian bonfemie. Please join us! When: Monday October 8th, 6 for 6:30pm Where: Woolley Common Room, John Woolley Building upstairs, University of Sydney Map: http://www.facilities.usyd.edu.au/oam/blaccess-r01.cfm?fld1=01 Mid-century women writers re-considers Australian women writing after the cataclysm of World War II, from within post-war culture; women demonstrating the agency of writing fiction before the formal politicisation of feminism. This issue assembles essays on numerous of these writers, presented in their shared historical context…

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