App Information Quarterly Essay
- App NameQuarterly Essay
- Package Namecom.blackinc.quarterlyessay
- UpdatedApril 13, 2017
- File Size3.5M
- Requires AndroidAndroid 4.0 and up
- DeveloperSchwartz Publishing
- CategoryBooks & Reference
- Google Play Link
Quarterly Essay 1.0 APK
Quarterly Essay is an agenda-setting Australian journal of politicsand culture. Each issue contains a single essay written at a lengthof about 25,000 words, followed by correspondence on previousessays.Established in 2001, Quarterly Essay aims to present thewidest range of political, intellectual and cultural opinion and tofoster debate. It offers a forum for original long-forminvestigations, profiles and arguments.Awarding-winning essaysinclude Political Animal and Power Trip by David Marr, That SinkingFeeling by Paul Toohey and Stop at Nothing by Annabel Crabb.Authors include Tim Flannery, Don Watson, Robyn Davidson, GermaineGreer, Robert Manne, George Megalogenis, Laura Tingle, Anna Krien,Waleed Aly, Inga Clendinnen, David Malouf and Noel Pearson.Forexisting Print and Digital subscribers, login with your SchwartzMedia account.SUBSCRIPTION DETAILSGet full access to the QuarterlyEssay app by subscribing via Google Play.• 12 month subscriptionfor $49.95, automatically renewed until cancelled
Redback Quarterly 1.0 APK
Redback Quarterlys are short books onbigissues by leading Australian writers and thinkers, includingRossGarnaut, Malcolm Knox, Andrew Leigh and Richard Denniss.Redback Quarterly is published by Schwartz Media, publisher oftheQuarterly Essay, The Monthly and The Saturday Paper.SUBSCRIPTION DETAILSGet full access to Redback Quarterly app by subscribing viaGooglePlay. Every issue of Redback Quarterly is availablein-app.• 12 month subscription for $39.95, automatically reneweduntilcancelledAUTOMATIC RENEWALYour subscription automatically renews unless auto-renewiscancelled in your Google Play account.
Australian Foreign Affairs 1.0 APK
Australia’s top thinkers on foreign affairs address the mostsignificant dynamics in foreign affairs dynamics affectingAustralia today, including the rise of China and the election ofDonald Trump. The world is changing, and so is Australia’s place init. What do we need to know? What do we need to think about?Sign inwith your existing subscription, or purchase in-app.