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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Debut Writers Series
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'The debut novel of many of Australia's great writers launched their literary careers: there's Tim Winton's An Open Swimmer, Helen Garner's Monkey Grip and Richard Flanagan's Death of a River Guide.

The Debut Writers series introduces you to new voices in Australian literature.

We bring you interviews with debut novelists to find out more about their first book and the obstacles they've overcome to write it.'

Source: Series blurb.


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    • Sydney, New South Wales,: ABC Radio National , 2018 .
      Link: 16961030Access online Sighted: 23/07/2019
      Series: y separately published work icon The Book Show Sydney : ABC Radio National , 2018 16960723 2018 podcast interview

      'The Book Show is the place for lovers of fiction. Featuring in-depth literary interviews from leading Australian and international authors, the program is also a home for debut authors, genre titles, fan fiction, children’s and YA books, as well as graphic novels and poetry.

      'Alongside seriously good interviews with authors, the program hosts debates and discussions about the publishing industry — covering issues that affect writers and readers alike. We bring you the latest news about the literary world, cover major literary festivals, books fairs and books prizes.

      'Our team of experts will also be joined by guest reviewers and critics who’ll help unpack those 'hot button' literary issues and contentious titles.'

      Source: Publisher's blurb.

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