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The Monthly May issue 2022

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It was billed as the trial of the century: Northern Territory police officer Zachary Rolfe was charged over the killing of young Indigenous man Kumanjayi Walker. Despite more than 500 Indigenous deaths in custody since 1991, no police officer has ever been found guilty of causing one of these deaths. Anna Krien was at Rolfe’s trial, and her report for the May issue of The Monthly includes stunning new revelations about events leading up to the tragic killing.

The month of May also brings the federal election, so Judith Brett and editor Nick Feik survey the record of the Morrison government and consider the chances of its return. Jock Serong tells the incredible story of an Australian couple trapped in Ukraine with their baby, and we feature the latest in arts, film and TV, and much more. The May issue will also feature a bold redesign of the magazine – stay tuned.

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The Saturday Paper cap

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Show your love for The Saturday Paper with this classic, embroidered cap designed in collaboration with Alpha60.

The Saturday Paper cap is made from 100 per cent cotton and is available in black with a white, stacked masthead. Enjoy one-size-fits-all comfort with an adjustable backstrap and steel clasp.

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The Saturday Paper umbrella

$129

A publisher's umbrella is an everyday essential for the avid reader. Featuring The Saturday Paper masthead on one panel, this umbrella has rounded corners for hassle free navigation around busy streets. It is sturdy yet slim and folds away easily.

This umbrella has a 120cm open diameter. It is lightweight and sleek, with an aluminum shaft, fiberglass ribs and an easy-grip handle.

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The Saturday Paper tote

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In collaboration with Alpha60, The Saturday Paper has designed a limited-edition tote bag.

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7am tote - Logo

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In collaboration with Alpha60, 7am brings you a limited edition tote bag.

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7am tote - yardage print

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In collaboration with Alpha60, 7am brings you the limited edition yardage tote bag.

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The Monthly April issue 2022

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There’s a new wave of independent candidates and they threaten to upend Australian federal politics. Margaret Simons meets the most prominent of them, and surveys their policies and prospects for the upcoming election.

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The Monthly March issue 2022

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One of Australia’s most acclaimed longform journalists, Chloe Hooper, profiles one of Australia’s most intriguing and controversial politicians, Senator Jacqui Lambie. In the lead-up to the federal election, we survey Australia’s overheated real estate market and examine the litany of COVID-related government failures in the aged-care sector.

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The Monthly February issue 2022

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Kicking off the election year, acclaimed international correspondent Nick Bryant profiles the man who would be Australian prime minister, Anthony Albanese. Former senator Scott Ludlam lifts the lid on the insidious networks that over-influence our politics, Gina Rushton writes a remarkable account of the prosecution of a serial sexual abuser on Sydney’s rail network, and Monthly editor Nick Feik catalogues the Morrison government’s failures to prepare Australia for the latest COVID outbreak. Elizabeth Finkel describes one Australian response to the pandemic that has gone right.

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The Monthly summer issue 2021

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The bumper December–January issue has a whole summer’s worth of terrific reading. It features Paul Kelly’s ode to Christmas music, Rebecca Huntley on the cultural power of the carbon lobby, Megan Davis on truth-telling, Noel Pearson on neoliberalism, Osman Faruqi on Australian pop sensation The Kid Laroi, new essays by historians Alan Atkinson and Mark McKenna, and a great spy story by Harry Windsor. Bronwyn Adcock profiles independent MP Helen Haines, and we publish new poetry by Nam Le, cover the blockbusters Dune and No Time To Die, and review books by Jonathan Franzen and Gerald Murnane, plus much more.

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The Monthly November issue 2021

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With half the nation still in lockdown, Richard Denniss investigates where the national vaccine rollout went so wrong. Gina Rushton sees the effects of the economic...

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The Monthly October issue 2021

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The fall of Kabul signalled not just the sorry end of the US-lead war in Afghanistan but also the ultimate failure of the War on Terror...

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The Monthly September issue 2021

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Waleed Aly reflects on the impact of the pandemic on our politics, and its sidelining of every other issue...

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The Monthly August issue 2021

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James Bradley explores the fascinating and highly promising use of psychedelic drugs in treating complex...

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The Monthly July issue 2021

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Acclaimed author Richard Flanagan delivers a powerful new essay on free speech and why he writes...

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The Monthly June issue 2021

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Following the budget, Richard Denniss puts a gender lens on the government’s new funding measures, and wonders...

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The Monthly May issue 2021

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Australia is experiencing a moment of reckoning around gender politics in public life. In response, Rachel...

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The Monthly April issue 2021

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In our new issue, award-winning journalist and photographer Andrew Quilty returns to the scene of Australian...

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The Monthly March issue 2021

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Judith Brett maps the demise of the humanities in Australian education, and how casualisation and relentless...

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The Monthly February issue 2021

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Under Scott Morrison, a lack of accountability has become systemic, writes editor Nick Feik, in an investigation of...

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The Monthly Summer Issue

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In the special bumper Summer issue, The Monthly presents new work by many of Australia’s finest writers and...

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The Monthly November Issue

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In the midst of a pandemic, the task of Opposition leader is an even more difficult one. Is Anthony Albanese up to...

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The Monthly October Issue

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Leading the issue, one of Australia’s greatest and most-admired writers, Helen Garner, narrates six months of...

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