Special Issue Website Series
Number 25 April 2014

Australasian magazines: new perspectives on writing and publishing

Edited by Rosemary Williamson and Rebecca Johinke

 

 

Rosemary Williamson and Rebecca Johinke
Introducing Australasian magazines: new perspectives on writing and publishing

What magazines are and how we study them

Megan Le Masurier
What is a magazine?

Fiona Giles
‘The magazine that isn’t’: the future of features online

Kerry Kilner
AustLit and Australian periodical studies

Case studies

Jeremy Fisher
Sex, sleaze and righteous anger: the rise and fall of gay magazines and newspapers in Australia

Rosemary Brewer
‘ …you married “for better or worse”, didn’t you? You are having a spot of “worse”’: marital advice from the ‘Ask Lou Lockheart’ column in the New Zealand woman’s weekly, 1950

Donna Lee Brien
The rise and fall of MasterChef magazine: an object biography

Rebecca Johinke
The rhetorical construction of the third place in Fitness first magazines

Rosemary Williamson
Modelling the creative and professional self: the magazine profile as narrative of transition and transformation

What magazines are and how we teach them

Carolyne Lee and Jennifer Martin
To ‘shift into the eye-sockets of the people in the story’: teaching magazine feature writing through literary journalism

Megan Le Masurier and Rebecca Johinke
Magazine studies: pedagogy and practice in a nascent field

 

 

 

 

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TEXT Special Issue No 25 Australasian magazines: new perspectives on writing and publishing
April 2014
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Editors: Rosemary Williamson & Rebecca Johinke
TEXT Special Issues Editor: Donna Lee Brien
General Editor: Nigel Krauth
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