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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... March 2018 of Los Angeles Review of Books est. 2011 Los Angeles Review of Books
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A Sidelong Relationship to Truth : An Interview with Michelle de Kretser, Robert Wood (interviewer), single work interview

'Michelle de Kretser’s novels include The Rose Grower, The Lost Dog, and Questions of Travel. She was born in Sri Lanka and moved to Australia before working as an editor with Lonely Planet. Her awards include the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, Prime Minister’s Literary Award, a short-listing for the Dublin IMPAC Literary Award, and a long-listing for the Man Booker Prize. De Kretser often explores the themes of history, identity, location, relationships and belonging. We caught up to talk about her new novel, The Life to Come, which is on the shortlist of the Stella Prize, and is released in the US today.'

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