Issue 46 / Fall 2012
CNF's gone Down Under, and what a world we've discovered
Oi, mates—CNF’s gone Down Under, and what a world we’ve discovered! The new essays in this special “Australia” issue cover everything from “bikkies” to bora rings, floods to fires, and Captain Cook to Coober Pedy.
Plus, Geraldine Brooks talks about how her correspondent years inform her fiction; Robert Dessaix praises the pleasures of gossip; guest editor Leah Kaminsky compares creative nonfiction to general medical practice; a survey of Australia’s contemporary literary landscape; and more.
* This issue was made possible with special support from Peter Bishop at The Writer Conversation and Deborah Leiser-Moore at Tashmadada.
Susan Bradley Smith
CNF's long-awaited "True Crime" issue brings chills
Seriously beautiful essays about serious topics, all written by women
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