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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... 14-20 November 2020 of The Saturday Paper est. 2014 The Saturday Paper
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* Contents derived from the 2020 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Relevant to the Dayi"After lunch, I decide I have no brothers and sisters, I am", Omar Sakr , single work poetry
To Be Loved Like Thisi"I loathe being outside when it rains.", Omar Sakr , single work poetry
Sofie Laguna, Infinite Splendours, Justine Hyde , single work review
— Review of Infinite Splendours Sofie Laguna , 2020 single work novel ;

'Sofie Laguna has established herself as a writer who renders the world in vivid detail through the eyes of children. She skilfully shows how childhood can be punctured by brutality: the first-person protagonists of her two previous novels are betrayed by the adults who should protect them. Jimmy, the narrator of her Miles Franklin award-winning novel, The Eye of the Sheep, is autistic, and his struggles to understand the adult world are exacerbated by domestic violence. In Laguna’s next book, The Choke, Justine is in danger, surrounded by male aggression and menace. Both children are buffeted by chaos, failed by their families, and abandoned to navigate life in the aftermath of trauma.' (Introduction)

[Review] Brazen Hussies, Lisa Radford , single work review

'In 2017, a three-minute teaser for Brazen Hussies was released to raise funds for the production. With a bassy surf rock beat over sassy edits of historical documents, the video showed archival footage of a woman smiling proudly: “What you’re seeing is a revolution in the making.”' (Introduction)

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