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Issue Details: First known date: 2007 28-29 July 2007 of The Australian est. 1964
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* Contents derived from the 2007 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Untitled, Stephany Steggall , 2007 single work correspondence
Stephany Steggall adds Bruce Dawe's name to those mentioned by Rosemary Neill in the latter's article 'Pulping Our Poetry'. Steggall states that as 'Australia's unofficial poet laureate' Dawe merits a place in any discussion about 'the publishing history of Australian poets'.
(p. 2) Section: Review
Untitled, John R. Sabine , 2007 single work correspondence (p. 2) Section: Review
Untitled, Tom Thompson , 2007 single work correspondence
Tom Thomspon corrects Rosemary Neill's assertion that Judith Wright was 'temporarily publisherless' during the 1990s. Editions Tom Thompson and HarperCollins (previously Angus and Robertson) kept Wright in publication via Selected Poems (1996) and Collected Poems (1994).
(p. 2) Section: Review
Spanish Pilgrimages Generate Tears of Rage and Hymns of Joy, Barry Oakley , 2007 single work review
— Review of The Year We Seized the Day : A True Story of Friendship, Fury and Sore Feet Elizabeth Best Colin Bowles 2007 single work autobiography ; Walking the Camino : A Modern Pilgrimage to Santiago Tony Kevin 2007 single work autobiography ;
(p. 5) Section: Travel
Hillsong Insider Tells of Church's Gospel of Greed, Jill Rowbotham , 2007 single work column (p. 5)
Strictly for the Girls, Jane Fraser , 2007 single work criticism
Jane Fraser examines the chick lit genre. Among those to whom she speaks are Maggie Alderson and Kathy Lette. Both Alderson and Lette are uncomfortable with the term 'chick lit' and find it disparaging and confining.
(p. 6) Section: Review
KP and His Many Mistresses, Ean Higgins , 2007 single work column
Ean Higgins reports that material relating to Kerry Packer's relationships with women was excluded from the original version of Paul Barry's The Rise and Rise of Kerry Packer due to fears of litigation. The revised edition, published after Packer's death, includes new material on these relationships.
(p. 10)
How to Laugh off Your Cultural Confusion, Alice Spigelman , 2007 single work review
— Review of Paprika Paradise James Jeffrey 2007 single work autobiography ;
(p. 12-13) Section: Review
A Critical Meltdown, Stephen Matchett , 2007 single work column
Stephen Matchett looks at the democratisation of the literary reviewing culture. 'The power of the old media opinion makers has not disappeared', he says, 'but it has dramatically diminished. Today, readers who want to share their opinions of books online build their own blogs or podcasts, e-zines or YouTube clips, just as people do in every other area of human interest'.
(p. 40) Section: Review

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