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Issue Details: First known date: 2011 19-20 February 2011 of The Australian est. 1964
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* Contents derived from the 2011 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
It’s the Lunacy of Protectionism Writ Large, Bob Carr , 2011 single work column (p. 3)
Cuts Loom as Publishers Rip into Management, Stephen Romei , Tom Dusevic , 2011 single work column
Discusses the failure announced in February 2011 of RedGroup Retail — owner of Angus & Robertson and Borders bookshops.
(p. 3)
Shorten Closes Book on Imports, Sid Maher , Blair Speedy , 2011 single work column (p. 3)
It’s the Human Touch that Matters for Minnows, Pia Akerman , 2011 single work column
Discusses the continued success of smaller independent bookshops in light of the failure announced in February 2011 of RedGroup Retail — owner of Angus & Robertson and Borders bookshops.
(p. 3)
Booksellers Spell It Out, Tim Wilson , 2011 single work column
Discusses the failure announced in February 2011 of RedGroup Retail — owner of Angus & Robertson and Borders bookshops.
(p. 14)
Shed Tears for Australian Authors Not Booksellers, K. M. Gunn , 2011 single work correspondence (p. 15)
Untitled, Robert Darroch , 2011 single work correspondence (p. 15)
Untitled, Glenn Wood , 2011 single work correspondence (p. 15)
Faking It, David Stratton , 2011 single work review
— Review of Sanctum Andrew Wight 2011 single work film/TV ;
(p. 17) Section: Review
A Pair of Ragged Claws, Stephen Romei , 2011 single work column
A column canvassing current literary news. Discusses the case for publishing subsidies and the release of the Australia Council for the Arts document 'A Case for Literature'.
(p. 19)
Journal of Accord, Geordie Williamson , 2011 single work review
— Review of Heat no. 24 (New Series) 2010 periodical issue ;
Reviews the last print issue of Heat and discusses the possibility that it may return in electronic format.
(p. 20) Section: Review

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