Issue Details: First known date: 2012 2012
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'In the centenary year of the celebrated Australian author’s birth, Barnaby Smith asks how it is that this giant of literature has all but disappeared from the nation’s cultural consciousness.' (Editor's abstract)

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First known date: 2012
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    y The Quietus John Doran (editor), Australia : 2008- Z1893906 2008 website 'At the start of 2008 we were of the opinion that there was a massive gap in the market for an online music publication not in thrall to snarky one-upmanship, hype, or an overload of fast-click, low-quality content.

    'We also thought there was a gap in the market for a magazine that treated music of all genres from the last 30 years with the same reverence that titles such as MOJO and Word treat the rock & roll hall of fame.We chose a completely spurious Year Zero of 1974 because that's when Kraftwerk released "Autobahn" as a single. It seemed to us the birth of modern music. Modern sounding, that is. Since then we've aimed to bring you the best of everything.

    'We're here to give music ranging from dubstep, death metal and post punk to hip hop, pop and spacerock the coverage it deserves. We'd like to inject some much-needed humour, intelligence and passion back into journalism, so we run in-depth features, reviews and opinion pieces from the best new writers and established greats.

    'We also cover film, books, TV and comics, old and new, concentrating on quality over hype.'

    Source: Quietus website,
    Sighted: 11/10/1012
    Australia : 2008-
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Last amended 11 Oct 2012
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