Meanjin () is an Australian literary journal. The name is derived from the Turrbal word for the spike of land where the city Brisbane is located. It was founded in 1940 in Brisbane, by Clem Christesen. It moved to Melbourne in 1945 and is now a subsidiary of the University of Melbourne.

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  • Meanjin () is an Australian literary journal. The name is derived from the Turrbal word for the spike of land where the city Brisbane is located. It was founded in 1940 in Brisbane, by Clem Christesen. It moved to Melbourne in 1945 and is now a subsidiary of the University of Melbourne. (en)
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  • Meanjin () is an Australian literary journal. The name is derived from the Turrbal word for the spike of land where the city Brisbane is located. It was founded in 1940 in Brisbane, by Clem Christesen. It moved to Melbourne in 1945 and is now a subsidiary of the University of Melbourne. (en)
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