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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 The Meanjin Funding Cuts : a Graceless Coup?
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'In 1940, in Brisbane, the young journalist Clem Christesen initiated a “desperate attempt” to offer Queensland writers a “modest publishing outlet”. What the country needed (in this second year of WW2) was a literary magazine to provide a forum for the defence of “important values”. In December, Meanjin Papers was launched: a small edition of eight pages, 250 copies. ...'

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