Current Issue #488

August edition out now

Our cover: Billie Justice Thomson, Many Minties, 2020

Issue #486 of The Adelaide Review is on the streets, featuring a rich spread of arts, politics, food and culture from around South Australia.

In the issue:

-Jane Llewellyn gets a taste of Billie Justice Thomson’s colourful world of kitsch nostalgia
Julia Gillard explains how interviewing leaders like Hillary Clinton, Jacinda Ardern and Theresa May helped frame her own experiences of gender and power
– Alexis Buxton-Collins reviews west end laundromat turned wine bar Leigh Street Wine Room
– Andrew P Street speaks to new Music SA head Kim Roberts about the challenges of restarting the city’s live music scene
– Gemma Beale examines how the state government’s recent public transport reform found itself on a road to nowhere.

Our annual SALA Festival feature, Peter Monteath on iconoclasm, Makeda Duong’s Mixed Race Sweater, how Australia’s oldest mosque has been adapting to COVID-19, and more.

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

PS. Due to COVID-19 we’ve had to get creative with our usual drop off points – read the full distribution list here. Having trouble finding a copy? Why not sign up for postal delivery and let it come to you?

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