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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 7-13 July 2018 of The Saturday Paper est. 2014 The Saturday Paper
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* Contents derived from the 2018 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Various : Light Borrowers : UTS Writers’ Anthology 2018, CR , 2018 single work review

'The UTS Writers’ Anthology sits on an interesting precipice, one no less interesting because it sits there with such grace and style. On the one hand, it’s the outcome of a learning and teaching project; the yearly editorial committee is composed of UTS students, who spend six months building the anthology from submissions from student writers. On the other hand, it’s published by Xoum, a commercial publisher, now trading as Brio. Hence it puts a learning and teaching product in a commercial space.' (Introduction)

Sharon Kernot : The Art of Taxidermy, JR , 2018 single work review

'Sharon Kernot’s fourth book contains many sweet, darkly beguiling set pieces, which evoke in their way a sense of the beauty that can be seen in nearly anything living or dead.' (Introduction)

James Cristina: Antidote to a Curse, KN , 2018 single work review

'Antidote to a Curse, the first novel of the Maltese–Australian James Cristina, is an ambitious debut. It is excitingly difficult to classify. It is an erotic story and an international mystery. It is a celebration of Melbourne – with references to the Stalactites Greek restaurant on Lonsdale Street and the Arts Centre spire – while also being global. It brings together prose and poetry, writing and music, dream and waking experience. It is also simultaneously a novel and an imaginative reflection of how that novel came to be written.' (Introduction)

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