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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 26 March 2016 of The Australian est. 1964 The Australian
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* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Career Peaks, Michael Bodey , single work column

'A group of young creatives who cut their teeth on an industry magazine more than a decade ago are making waves in the world of film, writes Michael Bodey.'

(p. 12)
Conscientious Observer, Peter Craven , single work review
— Review of Everywhere I Look Helen Garner , 2016 selected work essay ;

'Dealing with everything from the insults of age to child murder, Helen Garner’s latest essay collection is masterful, writes Peter Craven.'

(p. 16)
Evocative Tales of Distant Times and Places, Peter Pierce , single work review
— Review of The Tortoise in Asia Tony Grey , 2016 single work novel ; Oliver of the Levant Debra Jopson , 2016 single work novel ;

'Two first-time novelists have brought their experience and fascination to works set far from home. Tony Grey’s The Tortoise in Asia takes place in the last century BC along the Silk Road... Debra Jopson, who won a Walkley Award for independent journalism in 2014, "spent part of her childhood in Beirut and continued to visit her family there during the first rounds of the 1970s Lebanon civil war." She has drawn on those memories for Oliver of the Levant (Peter Pierce).

(p. 18)
Unresolved Mystery of Titanic Proportions, James Bradley , single work review
— Review of The Midnight Watch David Dyer , 2016 single work novel ;

'Precisely why the story of the Titanic continues to exercise such a powerful hold on the collective imagination is a fascinating question. The answer lies, at least in part, in the way it simultaneously enacts and contradicts a series of fantasies about the passing of the Gilded Age, setting the hubris of the ship’s owners’ claims about its unsinkability against the images of doomed nobility and chivalry that are embodied in the image of the band playing on as the ship slid beneath the waves... Dyer isn’t the first writer to venture into this territory, although as a former ship’s officer and lawyer who spent many years working in the London firm that represented the Titanic’s owners, he may be the most qualified' (James Bradley).

(p. 20)
Memoir an Act of Anger and Catharsis, Thuy On , single work review
— Review of Allegedly Sarah Monahan , 2016 single work autobiography ;
(p. 21)

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