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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 14 September 2013 of The Age est. 1854 The Age
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* Contents derived from the 2013 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
West Side Stories, Philippa Hawker , single work column Section: Entertainment
Short Spells Conjure Animal Magic, Alan Attwood , single work review
— Review of The Local Wildlife Robert Drewe , 2013 selected work short story ;
Section: Entertainment
Disbelief, Susan Wyndham , single work autobiography Section: Entertainment
Nicole Alexander : Books that Changed Me, Nicole Alexander , single work column Section: Entertainment
Portrait of the Actors as Youths, Brian McFarlane , single work review
— Review of Stillways : A Memoir Steve Bisley , 2013 single work autobiography ; Shane Jacobson : The Long Road to Overnight Success Shane Jacobson , 2013 single work autobiography ;
Note: With title: 'Different Strokes for Different Folks'
Battle Los Angeles, Karen Hardy , single work column Section: Entertainment
The Search for Answers, Jeff Popple , single work review
— Review of The Raven's Eye Barry Maitland , 2013 single work novel ;
Section: Entertainment
Taking Liberties with Mel and Connie Ends in Anti-Climax, Kerryn Goldsworthy , single work review
— Review of I Take You Nikki Gemmell , 2013 single work novel ;
Section: Entertainment
Note: With title: 'Fiction Leads to Anti-Climax'
Plagiarism the Word that Can't be Uttered, Susan Wyndham , single work column Section: Entertainment
Why I Keep Buying Print Books, Dom Knight , single work column Section: Daily Life
Jackie French's Pennies For Hitler Wins Young People Prize at NSW Premier's History Award, Linda Morris , single work column Section: Entertainment
Ned Kelly Awards Recognise Hard-Boiled Archetype Hard to Put down, Linda Morris , single work column Section: Entertainment
The Midnight Promise Named Best First Crime Fiction at Ned Kelly Awards, Linda Morris , single work column Section: Entertainment
The Reflectioni"Kevin Rudd woke up on a plane from New Guinea.", Jennifer Maiden , single work poetry Section: Entertainment
Write at Home Out on a Limb, Nick Galvin , single work column Section: Entertainment

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