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|Manuscript Name||Records of Meanjin journal|
|Manuscript Number||MSS 298|
|Last Updated||March 2022|
|Location||Special Collections, UNSW Canberra|
|Abstract||A listing of Meanjin journal's historical manuscript holdings|
The records of the Melbourne literary journal Meanjin comprise a typed listing of the historical manuscript holdings, grouped and alphabetically indexed by contributor name in approximately 1990
The Australian literary journal Meanjin was founded in Brisbane in 1940 by editor Clem Christesen. Published quarterly and featuring Australian poetry, fiction, commentary, interviews, reviews and scholarly essays from significant Australian and international contributors, it was originally titled Meanjin Papers. Upon invitation of the University of Melbourne, the publication was relocated in 1945 and retitled Meanjin from 1947 to 1960, Meanjin Quarterly from 1961 to 1976, and again Meanjin from 1976. From 2008 Meanjin became an imprint of Melbourne University Publishing.
Meanjin: https://meanjin.com.au/, viewed 21 March 2021
Access: Open Access
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Records of Meanjin journal, Special Collections, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, MSS 298, Box 1
Further material related to Meanjin can be found in the collections the University Library, University of Melbourne, at the State Library of NSW at MLMSS 1716, at the National Library of Australia at ORAL TRC 5217
Meanjin — Archives
Australian literature — Periodicals
Australian authors — 20th century
Australian literature — History and criticism
Typed listing of Meanjin’s historical manuscript holdings, grouped and alphabetically indexed by contributor name