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In this issue:
  • The themes of 2020’s Literature & Ideas weekend are Land, Money, Power and Sex. These are all, without doubt, words which imply larger projects. This special issue of Westerly gathers festival guests and local writers together, in a chorus which seeks to respond to each theme—and, in doing so, to emphasise the need for closeness and intimacy in the lives we live.
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In this issue:
  • The stories in Westerly’s 8th Online Special Issue is come from Ancestors' Words, a project that has sought to unite letters written by Noongar people in the ‘Aboriginal Affairs’ section of the State Archives with their descendants.
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In this issue:
  • Westerly’s 7th Online Special Issue is themed on disability, bringing together distinctive voices and extending the conversation around ability. It is edited by Josephine Taylor.

Westerly: SA

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In this issue:
  • Westerly's 6th special online edition is a collection of writing from and about South Australia, edited by Alexander Cothren and Amy Mead.

Westerly: Flux

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In this issue:
  • Westerly: Flux is a collection of writing by young Australians, with a focus on Western Australian writers. It includes advice from three Western Australian publishers to young writers on submitting work for consideration.
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In this issue:
  • A collection of postgraduate work by students from the University of Western Australia and the University of Canberra, themed around cross-institutional collaboration.

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