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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... May 2019 of The Newtown Review of Books est. 2012- The Newtown Review of Books
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2019 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
AS Patric : The Butcherbird Stories, James McKenzie Watson , single work review
— Review of The Butcherbird Stories A. S. Patrić , 2018 selected work short story ;

'AS Patrić won the Miles Franklin Award for his novel Black Rock White City. In this new collection he demonstrates his mastery of the short story.'  (Introduction)

[Review] Gravity Is the Thing, Sally Nimon , single work review
— Review of Gravity Is the Thing Jaclyn Moriarty , 2019 single work novel ;

'Where is the truth? Jaclyn Moriarty’s second novel for adults pairs a single mother and a mysterious guidebook to deliver a story that reflects the lived experience of the 21st century.' (Introduction)

Roy Hay : Aboriginal People and Australian Football in the Nineteenth Century : They Did Not Come from Nowhere., Bernard Whimpress , single work review
— Review of Aboriginal People and Australian Football in the Nineteenth Century : They Did Not Come from Nowhere Roy Hay , 2019 multi chapter work criticism ;

'The high visibility of Aboriginal players in the Australian Football League is well recognised and their skills admired. But as Roy Hay argues in the pithy subtitle of his penetrating new history, they did not come from nowhere.' (Publication abstract)

Andrea Goldsmith : Invented Lives, Jeannette Delamoir , single work review
— Review of Invented Lives Andrea Goldsmith , 2019 single work novel ;

'This new novel from the author of the award-winning The Memory Trap explores what happens when an imagined life meets reality.'

Melina Marchetta : The Place on Dalhousie, Jessica Stewart , single work review
— Review of The Place on Dalhousie Melina Marchetta , 2019 single work novel ;
Note: Posted 30 May 2019.

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