Topic archives: Quadrant

Quadrant bomb fantasy and attack on Guardian journo take contempt for media to a scary new level

May 29, 2017 8

When a leading cultural magazine fantasises about murder, when a political candidate chokes and punches a journalist, we’re in a very different place, writes journalist and media-watcher Christopher Warren.

Wishing death upon Australians is exactly the kind of thing Quadrant would do (and Andrew Bolt loves it)

May 25, 2017 9

And it will happen again.

Quadrant, the halfway house for the politically deranged, has the worst Manchester bombing response

May 24, 2017 30

In the wake of Manchester, Quadrant published a piece fantasising about killing panellists on Q&A.

Windschuttle cocks it up, alleging grand Aboriginal conspiracy

November 21, 2016 4

Back to the drawing board, Keith.

Free market fails Quadrant

September 5, 2016 3

Quadrant has found the unregulated free market to be rather harsher than living off the government teat.

Rundle: how (and dear god, why) we should save Quadrant

May 31, 2016 5

Quadrant was screwed over in Australia Council (or Catalyst) funding. The Victorian government can help.

Rundle: Poor old Quadrant

May 19, 2016

Poor dears - first the lose their funding and now this.

Media briefs: Herald Sun’s sins … poor, poor <em>Quadrant</em> … <em>Good Wife</em> lives on …

Media briefs: Herald Sun’s sins … poor, poor QuadrantGood Wife lives on …

May 19, 2016 1

Poor Quadrant. Can't catch a break. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

Australia Council’s Revenge?

May 16, 2016

The Australia Council's devious plot exposed.

Abbott’s mea culpa, kinda

April 26, 2016 2

He made some mistakes, but the spill is still not his fault.

Media briefs: Triggs under fire … Formula 1 stall … Quilty pleads …

Media briefs: Triggs under fire … Formula 1 stall … Quilty pleads …

February 13, 2015

The Australian Human Rights Commission report into the effects of keeping children in immigration detention has prompted a swift and furious response -- against AHRC president Gillian Triggs.

Media briefs: EMMA winners and losers … <em>Quadrant</em> own goal … IPA says ABC biased …

Media briefs: EMMA winners and losers … Quadrant own goal … IPA says ABC biased …

August 11, 2014 6

Some newspapers boosted their print circulations, according to the latest figures. And other media tidbits of the day.

Guatemala’s skeletons re-surface with questions over a dirty war

Guatemala’s skeletons re-surface with questions over a dirty war

October 15, 2013 9

Prosecution and convictions in the wake of Guatemala's decades-long "dirty war" continue. They are raising questions about the Cold War that the Right will have to answer.

Rundle: the beat-up goes on as Quadrant attacks Behrendt

April 21, 2011 10

Keith Windschuttle's long inquiry into Larissa Behrendt's family's background is ultimately irrelevant to the positions she occupies.

Hussein: I don’t buy Quadrant — but I still pay for it

December 23, 2009

How do you reconcile the need to know what the enemy is saying with the prohibition against tipping money -– even small change -– into their war-chest? asks Shakira Hussein.

Windschuttle screams blue murder over <em>Quadrant</em> funding cut

Windschuttle screams blue murder over Quadrant funding cut

December 21, 2009 3

Quadrant has had its Australia Council Grant cut by $15,000 and is screaming blue murder and about the fix being in, because every left wing magazine –- Overland, Meanjin(!), Australian Book Review (!!) -- has seen its funding maintained or bumped up.

Quadrant blames political decision for funding cut

Quadrant blames political decision for funding cut

December 21, 2009 12

Conservative magazine Quadrant is accusing the Australia Council of a "patently political decision" in cutting its funding from $50,000 to $30,000, thus threatening its literary content. But was it politics that caused the cut?

Windschuttle hung out to dry on the rabbit-proof fence

December 15, 2009 10

Keith Windschuttle's appearance in last week's Oz Spectator may be the first example of Howard-era retro-chic, in an article focused obsessively on the 2002 film Rabbit-Proof Fence

A bag of douche

September 2, 2009

In this month's Quadrant, David Free has an interesting take on Clive James's latest collection of essays...

And the Wankley goes to… Quadrant

And the Wankley goes to… Quadrant

May 1, 2009

This week's coveted golden statuette goes to Quadrant for the their thoughtful contribution to The Monthly saga.