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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Comedy is Kin : The Family Law and Diverse Television
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The small-screen adaptation of Benjamin Law's much-loved memoir transforms the book's vignettes into a single-summer storyline about divorce, disputes between siblings, discovering queer identity and dealing with being a cultural other. Gillian Terzis speaks to Law about the show's creation and his views on the underrepresentation of non-white faces on Australian television.

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    y separately published work icon Metro Magazine vol. 189 Winter 2016 10714802 2016 periodical issue 2016 pg. 52-57
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52-57 Comedy is Kin : The Family Law and Diverse Televisionsmall AustLit logo Metro Magazine
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  • The Family Law Benjamin Law , Marieke Hardy , Kirsty Fisher , Lawrence Leung , 2016 series - publisher film/TV
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