Julian Croft was first published in Australian Letters in 1962 and has been writing ever since. He has published a novel, several books of poetry, critical studies of Joseph Furphy, and the Anglo-Welsh poet T.H. Jones, as well as edited collections of poetry. He has been an active reviewer over several decades. He lives in the New England region of NSW.
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From the Archives
- Tony Judt: Ill Fares the Land; and Tony Judt: The Memory Chalet
- The Train to Paris
- The trials of John Curtin
- Granta 127: Japan
- Ruth Starke reviews 'Standing on the Shoulders of Giants' by Mark Rafidi
- David Rothenberg: Survival of the Beautiful
- David Horner: Australia and the 'New World Order'
- Open Page with John Tranter
- Craig Thompson: Habibi
- Geoffrey Blainey reviews 'A Companion to the Australian Media' edited by Bridget Griffen-Foley