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Man Out of Time and the Inheritance of Suffering Julienne Van Loon , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 9 May 2019;

'Stephanie Bishop’s latest novel, Man Out of Time (Hachette, 2018), is a disturbing read. It is also a sophisticated work, particularly in terms of the way the author has managed narrative temporality – that is, the relation between story and time. Other novelists and aspiring writers would do well to look closely at what Bishop has achieved here.' (Introduction)

Writing Trauma in Cynthia Banham’s A Certain Light Tess Scholfield-Peters , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 12 May 2019;

'Former Fairfax journalist and lawyer Cynthia Banham voices the silenced pain of generations in A Certain Light, her evocative, hybrid work of docu-memoir.'  (Introduction)

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First known date: 2019
Serialised by: The Conversation 2011 website newspaper (372 issues)
Last amended 13 May 2019 08:27:38
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