Great minds share great ideas and strong views
This annual journal of provocative, passionate and argumentative essays is made for anyone who thinks there’s little to stimulate intelligent well-informed debate in the media anymore and who hungers for some brain food.
Featuring: Morgan Godfery on identity • Jess Berentson-Shaw on social investment • Andrew Judd on racism • Carys Goodwin on climate change • Conor Clarke on dirt • David Cohen on Popper, Plato, Hegel and Marx • Emma Espiner on a tikanga Māori world • Gilbert Wong on growing up Chinese • Giselle Byrnes on why universities matter • Jo Randerson on dying • Māmari Stephens on our threatened marae • Victor Rodger on being actually brown • Maria Majsa on Johnny Rotten • Max Harris on dreams • Mike Joy and Kyleisha Foote on dams • Raf Manji on a new progressive agenda • Sarah Laing on menstruation • Sylvia Nissen on youth and politics • Teena Brown Pulu on three Tongan funerals • Tim Watkin on explaining Trump • Simon Wilson on a radical centre.
To read a sample, click here.
Journal contributors Giselle Byrnes and Emma Espiner will be appearing at the Auckland Writers Festival in free events on Saturday, 19 May. For more information, click here.