REVIEW: The Monthly
This is a recommended read this month
This is not to say that it isn’t a good read in other months, but the July 2014 issue is definitely a sit and read from cover to cover!
Peter Conrad on Rolf Harris and his life as he awaits his verdict.
Jess Hill on how Power Companies have completely ripped us off! And what did the government do? Lie!
John Van Tiggelen on the wonderfully complex story of Tasmania woodchips, the Triabunna mill and some goings on between determined lobbyists and politicians (there’s a movie to be made on this story!).
Amanda Lohey – on Turnbull and the Liberal Party (my view is that Turnbull is not a nice as people think and that he is part of the problem!)
Margaret Simmons on how the Australian is celebrating 50 years and its decline.
and there’s the appearance of First Dog On The Moon – click here
and lots more – click here (this link will change after July)
please note that there is no online version of The Monthly, as the articles are mostly locked – you have to buy the issue from the newsagent or some book stores.
Recommended: Rating 9/10
Paul Costigan 27 June 2014