Anne Manne is an Australian journalist and social philosopher.
Her 2005 book Motherhood: How should we care for our children? was short-listed in 2006 for Australian journalism's Walkley Award.
She is married to Australian academic Robert Manne.
- Manne, Anne (2005). Motherhood : how should we care for our children?. Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
- — (2009). So this is life : scenes from a country childhood. Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Press.
- — (2014). The life of I : the new culture of narcissism. Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Press.
Essays and reporting
- Manne, Anne (Oct 1995). "Unpacking my grandmother's linen cupboard". Tales of a Country Girlhood. Quadrant. 39 (10): 46–48.
- — (Dec 1995). "Mr Menzies' pension". Tales of a Country Girlhood. Quadrant. 39 (12): 16–18.
- Quarterly Essay 29 Love and Money: The Family and the Free Market, Black Inc., 2008
- "Ebony: The Girl in the Room"., The Monthly, Issue 53, February 2010, pp. 36–42.
- "Only Connect: Loneliness in the Age of Freedom"., The Monthly, Issue 23, May 2007, pp. 32–39
- "Love me Tender? Sex & power in the age of pornography"., The Monthly, Issue 19, December 2006 - January 2007, pp. 34–42
- "What About Me? The New Narcissism"., The Monthly, Issue 13, June 2006, pp. 30–35
Critical studies and reviews of Manne's work
- Elliott, Anthony (Sep 2014). "A culture named desire". Australian Book Review. 364: 17, 19. Review of The life of I.