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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 5 October 2019 of The Weekend Australian est. 1977 The Weekend Australian
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* Contents derived from the 2019 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
On the Edge, Victoria Laurie , single work review
— Review of Fully Sikh Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa , 2019 single work drama ;

'Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa’s Fully Sikh is a vibrant, edgy celebration of family and culture in the Perth suburbs. Victoria Laurie meets the young theatremaker to see what makes her tick.'(Introduction)

(p. 9)
Clive's Lives, Geordie Williamson , single work column

'He is about to turn 80 and he will never return home, but Australia remains Clive James’s secret energy source, writes Geordie Williamson'

(p. 16)
Pinch on the Soul, Ashleigh Wilson , single work review
— Review of Gulpilil Derek Rielly , 2019 single work biography interview ; Jack Charles : Born-Again Blakfella Jack Charles , Namila Benson , 2019 single work autobiography ;

Ashleigh Wilson reflects 'on the lives and careers of David Gulpilil and Jack Charles, two widely admired and indigenous artists with boundless talent and charisma. Both actors, each man is the subject of two expansive new books of nonfiction. And while they come from different worlds, each has spent years struggling, in their own way, with problems of identity.' (Introduction)

(p. 18)
Progress of an Aussie Battler, Mandy Sayer , single work review
— Review of Penny Wong : Passion and Principle Margaret Simons , 2019 single work biography ;

'How does a researcher write a biography when the subject doesn’t want to participate in the process, let alone see the book published? Margaret Simons is an award-winning journalist of 13 books, including an acclaimed biography of Malcolm Fraser, but even she had to exercise extreme diplomacy and patience when negotiating with the intensely private and guarded Penny Wong.'  (Introduction)

(p. 21)

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