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'Almost a Mirror, the second novel from Kirsten Krauth, is a dark and sticky trip to the post-punk music scene of Melbourne in the 1980s. Mona, Jimmy, Beñat, Kaz and Dodge – along with some Nick Cave cameos – orbit St Kilda’s Crystal Ballroom as the text spins and staggers between eras, moments and memories.' (Introduction)

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