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    y separately published work icon Australian Book Review no. 423 August 2020 19766634 2020 periodical issue

    'Welcome to the August issue of ABR – an unusually long issue full of reviews, literary news, and creative writing, including the three stories shortlisted in the ABR Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize, to be announced on August 13. Our shortlisted authors are C.J. Garrow, Simone Hollander, and Mykaela Saunders. Happily, the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund – a long-time supporter of ABR – has enabled us to expand our commentary material with a most welcome grant. This month we lead with a major article by historian Georgina Arnott on the legacies of British slavery and their implications for Australia. James Ley laments the federal governments vendetta against the arts, the ABC, and the humanities. And Kieran Pender writes about the legal profession’s #MeToo moment in the wake of the Dyson Heydon revelations.' (Publication introduction)

    2020
    pg. 45-49
    • Southbank, South Melbourne - Port Melbourne area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria,: Australian Book Review, Inc. , 2020 .
      Extent: 35:10p.
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      • Posted August 19, 2020
      Series: y separately published work icon The ABR Podcast Southbank : Australian Book Review, Inc. , 2020- 18599027 2020 series - publisher podcast The ABR Podcast is produced by ABR (Australian Book Review). The podcast features book reviews, poetry, fiction, interviews and commentary. Number in series: 29
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    y separately published work icon Flock : First Nations Stories Then and Now Ellen van Neerven (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2021 20977737 2021 anthology prose Indigenous story

    'This wide-ranging and captivating anthology showcases both the power of First Nations writing and the satisfaction of a good short story. Curated by award-winning author Ellen van Neerven, Flock roams the landscape of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander storytelling, bringing together voices from across the generations. Featuring established authors such as Tony Birch and Melissa Lucashenko, and rising stars such as Adam Thompson and Mykaela Saunders, Flock confirms the ongoing resonance and originality of First Nations stories.' (Publication summary)

    St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2021
    pg. 117-132
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