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Issue Details: First known date: 2016 2016
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'From one of Australia's most exciting writers, and the author of the multi-award-winning FOREIGN SOIL, comes THE HATE RACE: a powerful, funny, and at times devastating memoir about growing up black in white middle-class Australia.'

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Sydney, New South Wales,: Hachette Australia , 2016 .
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      Extent: 272p.
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      • Publication date: August 2016
      ISBN: 9781472151506

Works about this Work

Maxine Beneba Clarke, The Hate Race FL , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Saturday Paper , 23 July 2016;

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography
The Hate Race Review : Maxine Beneba Clarke's Urgent Writing Is Unique and Vital Fiona Wright , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: Brisbane Times , 22 July 2016;

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography
'A few years ago, my writers' workshop, based in Bankstown, left a meeting to celebrate at the nearby sports club – a place that, despite its location and status as a glorified RSL, makes amazing pizza. I walked through the door without a second thought, as did the two Anglo-Australian men I was walking with. A few steps behind us was our colleague Mohammed, and as he entered the building he was immediately intercepted by security, asked to take off his hat and show his licence, and told not to give any cheek. ...'
A Pair of Ragged Claws Stephen Romei , 2016 single work column
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 6-7 August 2016; (p. 21)
Casual, Overt Racism That Erodes Us All Beejay Silcox , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 6-7 August 2016; (p. 20)

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography
[Untitled] Robyn Douglass , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Advertiser , 27 August 2016; (p. 40)

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography
Review : The Hate Race Brenda Walker , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Monthly , September no. 126 2016; (p. 56)

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography
'Trauma on My Skin' : Racism as a Force, Writing as a Response Catherine Noske , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , October no. 385 2016; (p. 26-27)

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography ; Carrying the World Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 selected work poetry
'cross two new titles, Maxine Beneba Clarke offers an unflinching portrayal of the impact of racism, and transcends form in turning a lens on Australian society. Together, these two works witness the myriad ways in which racism shapes the daily life of its victims, the ongoing impact and the toll on body and mind. We see this damage play out in each work, both in psychological terms and, as she describes in her memoir, physically. 'For most of my school life,' she writes, 'trauma manifested itself on my skin.' Her writing is blunt, uncompromising. Both works utilise repetition to enormous effect, layering instances of prejudice and returning again and again to specific moments of trauma. While the approach in writing differs radically across the two texts, they share stories to create something much larger between them.' (Introduction)
Maxine Beneba Clarke, The Hate Race FL , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Saturday Paper , 23 July 2016;

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography
The Hate Race Review : Maxine Beneba Clarke's Urgent Writing Is Unique and Vital Fiona Wright , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: Brisbane Times , 22 July 2016;

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography
'A few years ago, my writers' workshop, based in Bankstown, left a meeting to celebrate at the nearby sports club – a place that, despite its location and status as a glorified RSL, makes amazing pizza. I walked through the door without a second thought, as did the two Anglo-Australian men I was walking with. A few steps behind us was our colleague Mohammed, and as he entered the building he was immediately intercepted by security, asked to take off his hat and show his licence, and told not to give any cheek. ...'
Casual, Overt Racism That Erodes Us All Beejay Silcox , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 6-7 August 2016; (p. 20)

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography
[Untitled] Robyn Douglass , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Advertiser , 27 August 2016; (p. 40)

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography
Review : The Hate Race Brenda Walker , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Monthly , September no. 126 2016; (p. 56)

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography
'Trauma on My Skin' : Racism as a Force, Writing as a Response Catherine Noske , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , October no. 385 2016; (p. 26-27)

— Review of The Hate Race Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 single work autobiography ; Carrying the World Maxine Beneba Clarke 2016 selected work poetry
'cross two new titles, Maxine Beneba Clarke offers an unflinching portrayal of the impact of racism, and transcends form in turning a lens on Australian society. Together, these two works witness the myriad ways in which racism shapes the daily life of its victims, the ongoing impact and the toll on body and mind. We see this damage play out in each work, both in psychological terms and, as she describes in her memoir, physically. 'For most of my school life,' she writes, 'trauma manifested itself on my skin.' Her writing is blunt, uncompromising. Both works utilise repetition to enormous effect, layering instances of prejudice and returning again and again to specific moments of trauma. While the approach in writing differs radically across the two texts, they share stories to create something much larger between them.' (Introduction)
A Pair of Ragged Claws Stephen Romei , 2016 single work column
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 6-7 August 2016; (p. 21)
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