Traditionally an epilogue is the final chapter at the end of a story that serves to reveal the fates of the characters. Unlike in fictional stories, the characters in this edition of the Australian PhotoJournalist are real and their stories do not draw to a close once you turn the final page. In its haste to get to the next big news story, the mainstream media rarely stays with an issue for long enough to document its lasting impacts, often overlooking the stories that reveal our true humanity.
Epilogue honours those ordinary people and their stories, so often forgotten in the aftermath.
We are grateful to the contributing photographers, without whose generosity and support this edition could not have come to life. The publication features stories by Jonathan Torgovnik, Ziyah Gafić, Dorothee Deiss, Donald Weber, Andrew McConnell, Edward Burtynsky, Brigitte Grignet, Alfonso Moral, Ashley Gilbertson, Abbie Trayler-Smith, Alec Soth, Suzanne Opton, Shahidul Alam, Brenda Ann Kenneally, Ilan Godfrey, Melanie Burford and Jim Goldberg.
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