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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... 15-21 August 2020 of The Saturday Paper est. 2014 The Saturday Paper
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The Guaia, Kate Holden , single work short story
Evelyn Araluen and Jonathan Dunk (eds) Overland, #238, Maria Takolander , single work review
— Review of Overland no. 238 Autumn 2020 periodical issue ;

'Midnight Oil introduced me to radical politics in the 1980s. Their lyrics opened my eyes to how the world and its problems were greater than my teenage narcissism had allowed. By the time I was studying literature at university, my journal of choice was naturally Overland. Established in Melbourne in 1954 by anti-Stalinist members of the Communist Party of Australia, Overland still prides itself on being the only radical literary journal in Australia, though others have made ground, attesting to an increased radicalism in literary culture generally.' (Introduction)

Kathleen Jennings Flyaway, Thuy On , single work review
— Review of Flyaway Kathleen Jennings , 2020 single work novella ;

'Flyaway is a strange beast of a book. It’s a Gothic fairytale set ostensibly somewhere between the Coral Sea and the Indian Ocean, in a bush district, but Kathleen Jennings’ debut novel could really be located in just about any small Australian town, in any dusty outpost where memory “seeped and frayed … where ghosts stood silent by fenceposts”. Bettina Scott is the unreliable narrator at its core, a young woman who, unlike her mother, is graceless and unlovely; there are intimations that tempestuousness and insolence also reside closely beneath her surface.' (Introduction)

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