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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... May 2019 of Sydney Pen Magazine est. 2008 Sydney PEN Magazine
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* Contents derived from the 2019 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
When Free Speech and Freedom Kill, Melissa Lucashenko , single work criticism
'I’ll begin by confessing that I’m not a huge fan of keynotes. I have a bit of paper directly in front of where I sit in my study in Mullumbimby and written on that piece of paper in large capitals is two things – No More Travel is the first. And the second is No More Keynotes. So, I’m just going to tell you a few brief stories about Freedom, and Free Speech in liberal Western democracies in 2018. (Introduction)
(p. 3-9)
A Passionate and Committed Life, Sandra Symons , single work obituary
'The esteemed Australian poet Judith Rodriguez, who died last November, was described by her friend, novelist and poet David Malouf, as “a boldly independent woman with a warm heart and a cold eye, speaking up and out in both a public and private way…increasingly politically engaged in the conflicts and contradictions and comforts of family living.”' 

 (Article summary)

(p. 10-12)
There Are No Words for Thisi"Let the young man hang", Judith Rodriguez , single work poetry (p. 11)
Water a Thousand Feet Deep (for Ensor)i"I stand washing up, the others have gone out walking.", Judith Rodriguez , single work poetry (p. 12)
Indigenous Stories and Storytellers May Be Lost in the Digital Age, Daniel Browning , single work criticism
'How do you maintain the storytelling traditions and the spoken literatures of an oral culture in the digital era, asks Daniel Browning, journalist and radio broadcaster who produces and presents Awaye!, the Indigenous art and culture program on ABC Radio National.' 

 (Article summary)

(p. 13)
Seeking the Alchemy between Storyteller and Young Reader, Sandra Symons , single work column
'When she was a child, Jennifer Rowe says she always knew she wanted to be a writer. Now the acclaimed author is committed to the development of literacy in children.'

 (Article summary)

(p. 15-16)
Bookseller Encouraged Children’s Love of Books, Sophie Ullin , Margaret Robson Kett , single work obituary
'Albert Ullin OAM was the founder and longtime owner of The Little Bookroom, Australia’s oldest specialist children’s bookshop.'
(p. 30)

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