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March edition out now

Our cover: Mark Thompson, Meng’s Other Maria, oil and gilt on canvas, 120 x 90 cms

Issue #481 of The Adelaide Review is on the streets now, with over 60 pages of arts, politics, food and culture from around South Australia.

This month features the otherworldly whimsy of Mark Thompson, the deeper story behind Equinor’s withdrawal from the Great Australian Bight, Adelaide Writers’ Week author Sophie Cunningham on grief and gardening, and the difficult questions facing the City of Adelaide’s Park Lands dry zone plan.

Plus, drinking tea with bees at Adelaide Biennial, WOMADelaide artist Bill Callahan, remembering Annette Bezor, Fino Vino reviewed, Weyes Blood’s millennial malaise at Adelaide Festival, and Australia’s first First Nations circus show at the Adelaide Fringe.

Find all these stories and more in our March print edition, or read them online here.

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