Post-nuclear

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  • Published 20111206
  • ISBN: 9781921758232
  • Extent: 232 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

In this special, festive edition of our summer-reading program, Griffith Review returns to ‘Post-nuclear’, Benjamin Law‘s brief and moving treatise on Christmas – what it means and how that meaning evolves as family changes – from Griffith Review 34: The Annual Fiction Edition.

Benjamin Law writes books, TV screenplays, columns, essays and features. He’s the author of the memoir The Family Law (Black Inc.), Moral Panic 101 (Quarterly Essay, Black Inc.) and much, much more.

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