No.1 NOVEMBER 2017: President Don Smith p2. Librarian Rose Blustein p2. Library music program hitting the right notes p3. Playwright takes up residence in library [Patricia Cornelius] p4. Why I took up a life of crime (fiction) / Carmel Shute p5. Sharing the limelight with Agatha Christie [Dawn Farnham] p6. An old soul and an historic library unite [Roxanne Metz] p7. Our valued partnerships [rare book week, sisters in crime] p8. Mysterious hands lead the way to the library [Bridget Nicholson Hands in Print] p9. Taking the lift to Toronto [Toronto Mechanics' Institute early years in comparison to the Melbourne Athenaeum's and their galleries] / Margaret Bowman and Ellen Ramsay p10. Pictorial timeline of the Melbourne Athenaeum p12. Conserving our history for the future [Melbourne Athenaeum Archives and the 1840 auction map conservation] p14.
No.2 NOVEMBER 2018: Comedy festival nemesis of theatre program project p3. Bringing Melbourne's founding women out of the shadows [Barbara Thompson and family] p4. A lifetime of membership [Myra McAllister] p6. Designing the library's future [Dean Foster] p7. An eventful year [2018 events] p8. Art among the bookshelves [Deborah Klein] p10. Essay: the war art of Arthur Streeton / Dr Anne Gray p12. Enduring in a changing world [role of the Melbourne Athenaeum in the life of the CBD] p14. Online safety in the library p15.
No.3 NOVEMBER 2019: Meet our 800th member [Ben Latham] p3. Revitalising the library p4. A genie in the library [Pat Miller] p5. A packed calendar [2019 events] p8. A book club with a killer twist [crime fiction book club] p10. Revisiting our artistic heritage [Athenaeum Art Gallery and Melbourne Athenaeum Art Collective] p10. Q&A with playwright in residence Angus Cerini p11. Essay: The Athenaeum Art Gallery's anti-fascist exhibition / Merran Fuller p12. Profile on the Melbbourne Athenaeum committee p14. Exploring more than 300 years of library history [talk by James Baker (Melbourne Athenaeum) and Ellen Coates (Prahran Mechanics' Institute Victorian History Library) at the ninth New Librarians Symposium on the development of the two institutions and their future and a zine] / James Baker p15.