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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 28 July 2016 of Brisbane Times est. 2016 Brisbane Times
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* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Man Booker Prize Longlist 2016 : Adelaide Uni's JM Coetzee Vying to Win for Third Time, Latika Bourke , single work column
'...Coetzee's The Schooldays of Jesus has been named in the 2016 longlist alongside four authors with debut novels: David Means (Hystopia), Virginia Reeves (Work Like Any Other), Ottessa Moshfegh (Eileen) and Wyl Menmuir (The Many). ...'
Visionary Real Estate Agent Chris Hanley Retires from Byron Writers Festival, Susan Wyndham , single work column
'Although there are no statistics, Chris Hanley is almost certainly the only real estate agent in the world who has started a writers' festival. ...'
Best-selling Author Liane Moriarty to Visit Canberra, Karen Hardy , single work review
— Review of Truly Madly Guilty Liane Moriarty , 2016 single work novel ;
'It's highly likely Liane Moriarty might well pick up an idea for her next novel when she ventures to Canberra on August 15. ...'
Ice Letters Review : Susan Errington's Thoughtful Wartime Historical Romance, Kerryn Goldsworthy , single work review
— Review of Ice Letters Susan Errington , 2016 single work novel ;
'The place is Adelaide, the year is 1916, and Dora Somerville's brother has just been killed fighting in France. She is the last remaining member of her family, and her lover Daniel, a printer, is in the same situation. ...'
Baz Luhrmann's Netflix Series The Get Down Is Unconventional and Very Expensive, Michael Idato , single work column

'Australian director Baz Luhrmann has hosed down claims his new Netflix series The Get Down is the most expensive television series of all time.'

'That honour, he told media at a new programming showcase in Los Angeles, belongs to another Netflix series, The Crown, a drama about the early married life of Queen Elizabeth II. ...'

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