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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... vol. 92 no. 4 February 2013 of Books + Publishing est. 2013 Books + Publishing
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  • Includes reviews of :

    Bone Ash Sky by Katerina Cosgrove,

    Burial Rites, by Hannah Kent

    Creative Writing For Beginners by Colin Batrouney

    Dark Serpent, by Kylie Chan

    Elemental by Amanda Curtin

    The French Promise by Fiona Mcintosh

    Madame Bovary's Haberdashery by Maurilia Meehan

    Me and Rory Macbeath by Richard Beasley

    The Memory Trap by Andrea Goldsmith

    My Beautiful Enemy By Cory Taylor

    Privacy by Genna De Bont

    The Railwayman's Wife by Ashley Hay

    The Secret Lives Of Men by Gerogia Blain

    Steeplechase by Krissy Kneen

    Taking A Chance by Deborah Burrows,

    A World Of Other People by Steven Carroll

    Black Saturday At Steels Creek by Peter Stanley,

    Boomer And Me by Jo Case

    Boy, Lost: A Family Memoir by Kristina Olsson

    The Good Life: What Makes A Life Worth Living by Hugh Mackay ;

    Welcome To Your New Life by Anna Goldsworthy


* Contents derived from the 2013 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Scribe, Text Expand Internationally, single work column
'Melbourne-based publishers Scribe Publications and Text Publishing will both expand into new territories this year, albeit in different ways.'
(p. 6)
Penguin Branches Out : School of Popular Writing; New Look for Lantern; Pink Penguins, single work column
'The first Penguin School of Popular Writing seminar was held in January. It’s just one of a number of new projects from Penguin Books Australia.'
(p. 6)
Profile : The Rights Direction, Anne Beilby , single work column (p. 18)
Finding the Man, Portia Lindsay (interviewer), single work interview
'In her second novel, Cory Taylor worked hard to capture the voice of her protagonist, a young soldier infatuated with a Japanese youth in an internment camp in regional Victoria during World War II. She spoke to Portia Lindsay.'
(p. 27)
Diversity in Fantasy, Stefen Brazulaitis (interviewer), single work interview
'Stefen Brazulaitis spoke to Kylie Chan, author of a fantasy series that began with White Tiger in 2006.'
(p. 28)
Life, Continued, Joanne Shiells (interviewer), single work interview (p. 28)

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