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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... no. 24 January 2016 of Kill Your Darlings est. 2010 Kill Your Darlings
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* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Life Lessons with Peoples Temple, Laura Woollett , single work prose (p. 11-19)
To the Exclusion of All Others, Melanie Joosten , single work prose
'Ageing parents and progressing relationships may forge a difficult path for all, but what differences lie beyond the cosmetic for those in intercultural relationships?' (21)
(p. 21-34)
The Myth of Rejection, Siobhan Lyons , single work essay
'The perseverance of authors in the face of multiple rejections gives hope to many struggling writers. But is rejection always just an obstacle to success?' (37)
(p. 37-45)
Magnet City, Jennifer Down , single work prose
'Whether we live there for years or just for a summer, some places keep drawing us back to them.' (67)
(p. 67-75)
Recess, Melanie Myers , single work short story (p. 89-97)
The Space Between, Justina Ashman , single work short story (p. 99-105)
Talking about the Younger Version of Me, Dom Amerena , single work short story (p. 107-116)
Kangaroo and the Lie of Australian Classlessness, Lauren Carroll Harris , single work criticism
'The 1987 film offers an examination of Australian attitudes to class through the lenses of cinema and society. How does this lie of classlessness inform our national identity?' (131)
(p. 131-139)
Truth on Trial, Lou Heinrich , single work criticism
'How recent Australian true-crime books have rejected male authority in court narratives and explored 'truth' through feelings.' (141)
(p. 141-149)

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