Author(s): Julianne Schultz
• The latest issue of Australia’s most awarded quarterly explores the future of the Commonwealth—is it mere legacy, or can it wield real power and influence?
• The Commonwealth represents a third of the world’s population, and in the wake of Brexit and the current climate of geopolitical uncertainty, could be poised to play a major role as a values-based network in 2018
• Includes contributions from writers around the Commonwealth, including Romesh Gunesekera, Melissa Lucashenko and Anna Kessel, among many others
• This issue will be published in the lead-up to the 2018 Commonwealth Games, hosted on the Gold Coast in April
• Editor Julianne Schultz is joined by Jane Camens, founder and executive director of Asia Pacific Writers & Translators Association, and co-editor of Griffith Review 49: New Asia Now
• Will feature a distinctive mix of essays, reportage, memoir, fiction, and poetry