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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... September 2018 of Kill Your Darlings [Online] est. 2010 Kill Your Darlings [Online]
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* Contents derived from the 2018 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
You, Perth and Me, Caitlin Maling , single work autobiography

'It was meant to be a story of a boy, a girl and a city – but time, grief and a relentless heart leave a mark that’s hard to wash off. '  (Introduction)

Most Likely to Be Real, Josephine Wilson , single work short story

'Slowly returning to a life of her own after years of children and unquiet suburbia, Ramona contemplates still life painting and the authenticity of art, experience and self.'  (Introduction)

Homeland, Heartland, Rafeif Ismail , single work autobiography

'For a child of diaspora, home is not a simple concept. How do you find your place as both a refugee and a settler on stolen land? And can you ever truly feel you belong anywhere?' (Introduction)

Guest in the House, God in the House, Jay Martin , extract autobiography
‘My Politics – It’s Not a Brand’, Matilda Dixon-Smith (interviewer), single work interview

'In the weak warmth of an early spring sun, comedian and theatre-maker Zoë Coombs Marr sits opposite me outside the Malthouse Theatre. It’s lunchtime on a busy weekday, and the courtyard is packed with creatives and techies from the Malthouse, Chunky Move and the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, all of us soaking up what we can of the Melbourne sun before it disappears. '  (Introduction)

Are Writer’s Festivals Catering for the Next Generation?, Danielle Binks , single work essay

'Amid the hand-wringing over who does and doesn’t deserve a platform at the Melbourne Writers Festival, the perennially overlooked teen and genre communities are seemingly being forgotten once again – and are creating alternative festivals of their own.'  (Introduction)

The Stories We Let Go : On Writing Vodka & Apple Juice, Jay Martin , single work column

Kill Your Darlings’ First Book Club pick for September is Vodka & Apple Juice by Jay Martin (Fremantle Press), a warm, engaging memoir of travel in Poland and life inside an Australian embassy from the winner of the City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award.

Books Roundup : Vodka & Apple Juice and, Ellen Cregan , single work review

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