Storied Lives (Griffith Review, Volume 58)
Every life offers a unique story—but there are lives that standout so distinctly that they leave a mark on the world. How do somepeople make such a difference?Griffith Review 58: Storied Lives focuses on people whohave effected change in ther world, and in the lives of those theyencounter. In a major development, this edition will also featurelong-form creative non-fiction that explores the personal tales ofthose whose exploits have made a difference. It will feature newworks by Kristina Olsson and Laura Elvery, winners of theGriffith Review Queensland Writers Fellowship.This collection tells the stories of people, real and imagined,who forged breakthroughs, battled the odds and continue to shapeand define the world. Narratives of those who intersecteddecisively with their times and left a trace that a beautifullywritten story can map.Julianne Schultz AM FAHA is the founding editorof Griffith Review, the award-winning literary and publicaffairs quarterly journal.