THE PURPLE of ENVY – In which is discussed the private school system in Australia, my time in it, and wondering why on Earth it has access to public funding
CIVIC DUTY - In which is discussed civic duty, its effect on Australian society, and whether or not it actually exists, en masse, in this country
THE THIN, STRAIT LINE - In which is discussed the Gallipoli campaign, its mythologized status in Australia, and the issue of our place in the world.
CAN YOU EVER REALLY KNOW A PLACE? - In which is discussed the problem of 'knowing', the virtue of tourism, and the mysteries of other places.
I BUILT A HOUSE IN A FIELD OF BURNT GRASS - In which a house in the middle of a field is meditated on by the author; wondering at the people who thought it would be a good idea to put it there, and the people who suffered to die in the process.
THE NEWS IS LIMITED - In which is discussed, with all the transparency of a furious left wing gentile, the lack of diversity in Australian print media, and why the internet is not the cure all we think it is.
MISSION STATEMENT - In which an anecdote about Archimedes and his assassin is used to highlight the purpose of this publication, what it wishes to explore and how it wishes to differ.