Counterfeit Culture

Treading the tightrope between art and lies, Griffith Review 79: Counterfeit Culture lifts the curtain on fakes, frauds and forgeries. How do we discern what's real and what's not in a time of influencers and identity scams, counterfeits and cosmetic surgeries, disinformation, fake news and threats to democracy?

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Griffith Review 80: Creation Stories – Poetry Call-out

Griffith Review 80: Creation Stories – Poetry Call-out


On our twentieth anniversary, we invite poetry submissions to our eightieth edition which will map ‘Creation Stories’ from archaeology and astronomy to AI and transhumanism, from the preservation of traditional knowledge to the intricacies of postmodern identity.

Find out more here and submit by 6 February 2023.

Griffith Review 80:<br> Creation Stories

Griffith Review 80:
Creation Stories


Coming Soon: Griffith Review’s eightieth edition celebrates the journal's twentieth anniversary.

To mark the occasion, Creation Stories looks to the stars above and the earth below to map our ever-evolving relationships with the world around us.

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Counterfeit Culture
How do we discern what's real and what's not in a time of influencers and identity scams, counterfeits and cosmetic surgeries, disinformation, fake news and threats to democracy?

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Creation Stories
What lessons from the past can inform our increasingly uncertain future? And are the stories we’re telling ourselves about what comes next helping or hindering what we might do and where we might go?
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