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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... 28 November - 4 December 2020 of The Saturday Paper est. 2014 The Saturday Paper
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The Call, Jennifer Mills , single work short story science fiction
Feaver Dreams, Peter Craven , single work column

'At 31, Kendall Feaver continues her brilliant career with her new adaptation of Miles Franklin for Belvoir. “I’m wary of black-and-white thinking … I’m interested in the ‘why’. Why is this fracture happening? Why is this so divisive, so deeply felt and fought over?” By Peter Craven.' 

Sons, Sand and Surf, Yen-Rong Wong , single work column

'Behind the dad jokes, Queensland Theatre’s The Holidays is an ambitious play about family connection through dark times. By Yen-Rong Wong.'

Shirley Hazzard, Collected Stories, Ronnie Scott , single work review
— Review of The Collected Stories of Shirley Hazzard Shirley Hazzard , 2020 selected work short story ;

'Much is always made of the facility with which people quote verse in Shirley Hazzard’s worlds. In a 2004 interview for The Believer, Hazzard said, “It’s quite intentional. You see, books were a theme of life, a lifetime, for whole populations who grew up before the 1950s, when television broke on the world.” In her introduction to these collected stories, Zoë Heller identifies the habit of quotation as a sign of a character’s moral worth.' (Introduction)

Dennis Glover, Factory 19, Anna Thwaites , single work review
— Review of Factory 19 Dennis Glover , 2020 single work novel ;

'When faced with our difficult present, we sometimes turn to the past and swaddle ourselves in nostalgia for whichever time our personal tastes elect as having been “better”. Factory 19, Dennis Glover’s second novel, is a story in which this impulse is enacted on a grand scale.' (Introduction)

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