Guy Rundle  — Correspondent-at-large

Guy Rundle


Guy Rundle is correspondent-at-large for Crikey. He's a former editor of Arena Magazine and contributes to a variety of publications in Australia and the United Kingdom.

July, 2018

Rundle: remembering the proto-hippies of Nat King Cole’s ‘Nature Boy’

, Jul 20, 2018

Seventy years on, the reason for Nature Boy's popularity is no mystery. But the story of its origin, inspired by early hippy movements, is a little stranger.

Our history of referenda doesn’t bode well for the Voice to Parliament

, Jul 19, 2018

Looking at the numbers, getting a Voice to Parliament won't be a case of climbing a mountain so much as climbing to the moon: an impossibility.

The instability of Labor’s latest factional stability deal

, Jul 18, 2018

Victorian Labor's most recent factional maneuvers could hand both state and federal elections to the Liberals.

Kylie Jenner’s ‘fortune’ is just one of capitalism’s many mirages

, Jul 12, 2018

Is Kylie Jenner really worth $900 million? What does that even mean? The question is worth posing, especially on the left.

Millions of Australian man-boys remain trapped in Nick Cave

, Jul 12, 2018

A huge team of man-boys in their 40s, 50s and 60s have wandered into Nick Cave before the heavy weather of middle age descended.

Brexit of champions now a dog’s dinner

, Jul 10, 2018

Is this the beginning of the end for Theresa May?

Leyonhjelm lowers libertarianism’s lure

, Jul 09, 2018

Leyonhjelm's track record may win him a few fans, but for most, the man is a walking advertisement against a libertarian movement.

Rundle: four perfect minutes of pop music

, Jul 06, 2018

The '70s produced numerous masterpieces, but perhaps none as singular or confounding as 'Isn't it Time'.

Ramsay Centre furore dies off along with its achingly poor logic

, Jul 05, 2018

The Ramsay Centre seems to be all but dead in the public university, but was it ever more than political posturing?

Rundle: Bungle Bill tests the faction waters in tax backflip

, Jul 02, 2018

Bill Shorten's much derided taxation back flip was really just a test of Labor's nebulous faction politics.