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Contents

* Contents derived from the Rushcutters Bay, Sydney Eastern Harbourside, Sydney Eastern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales,:Halstead Press , 2001 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Keesing Studio, Victor Barker , 2001 single work column (p. 6-7)
Before the Studio, Victor Barker , 2001 single work essay (p. 8-10)
The Persistence of Memory, Brian Castro , 2001 single work essay (p. 11-21)
La Rue Who's Who, Tony Maniaty , 2001 single work essay (p. 23-25)
The Mapping of Golden Fellow, Vanessa Bates , 2001 single work short story (p. 26-28)
While the Washing Spinsi"Like redhot rockets at Cape Canaveral,", Jean Kent , 1996 single work poetry (p. 29-31)
The Thing's the Play, Justin Fleming , 2001 single work diary (p. 32-44)
Beneath le Marais, Victor Barker , 2001 single work essay (p. 46-49)
Crosstown Traffic, Tony Maniaty , 2001 single work essay (p. 50-53)
Vertigo: A Paris Diary, Bernard Cohen , 2001 single work diary (p. 54-63)
De Quincey and the Computer, Victor Barker , 2001 single work essay (p. 64-69)
Drawing Undergroundi"For every black hole in space, there is an equal white one.", Jean Kent , 1997 single work poetry (p. 71-72)
Working Our Way Up To the Angels : A Triptych of an Australian Artist in Paris, Jean Kent , 1997 sequence poetry (p. 71-76)
Ten Francs in a Beggar's Shoei"Under the black domed precipice of St-Paul-St-Louis,", Jean Kent , 1997 single work poetry (p. 73-74)
Champagne With Pate and Briei"The signature of a disappearing jet sizzles silver", Jean Kent , 1997 single work poetry (p. 75-76)
Searching for Uncle Henri, Amirah Inglis , 2001 single work essay (p. 77-85)
The Pianist, the Singer and the Dancer, Victor Barker , 2001 single work essay (p. 86-91)
A View from the Studio, Darrelyn Gunzburg , 2001 single work essay (p. 93-99)
Around the World, Tony Maniaty , 2001 single work essay (p. 100-102)
Evocationi"Out walking one morning", Gary Catalano , 2000 single work poetry (p. 103)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

Paris Studio: Contemporary Writing by Fourteen Australian Authors Patrick West , 2002 single work review
— Appears in: TEXT : The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs , April vol. 6 no. 1 2002;

— Review of Paris Studio : Contemporary Writing by Fourteen Australian Authors Who Lived, for a While, in Paris 2001 anthology poetry prose short story column essay diary
Luminous Daze in Paris Dorothy Jensen , 2002 single work review
— Appears in: LiNQ , October vol. 29 no. 2 2002; (p. 34-37)

— Review of Paris Studio : Contemporary Writing by Fourteen Australian Authors Who Lived, for a While, in Paris 2001 anthology poetry prose short story column essay diary
Memoirs – Books in Brief Nikki Gemmell , 2002 single work review
— Appears in: The Times Literary Supplement , 29 March no. 5165 2002;

— Review of Paris Studio : Contemporary Writing by Fourteen Australian Authors Who Lived, for a While, in Paris 2001 anthology poetry prose short story column essay diary

'When an Australian writer in Paris asks a local taxi driver for the Australian Cultural Centre, the reply is blunt: “that would be a fairly small building?”

'Victor Barker, the editor of Paris Studio, self-mockingly relates the anecdote, and an impish, dry humour permeates this anthology of work by fourteen Australian novelists, playwrights, poets and academics who have, at one time or another, stayed in an artists’ studio owned by the Australian Government. Tony Maniaty calls the Arc de Triomphe “the bullring of Paris” and Jean Kent describes how “a cold wind crocodile-skins the Seine”.' (Introduction)

Luminous Daze in Paris Dorothy Jensen , 2002 single work review
— Appears in: LiNQ , October vol. 29 no. 2 2002; (p. 34-37)

— Review of Paris Studio : Contemporary Writing by Fourteen Australian Authors Who Lived, for a While, in Paris 2001 anthology poetry prose short story column essay diary
Paris Studio: Contemporary Writing by Fourteen Australian Authors Patrick West , 2002 single work review
— Appears in: TEXT : The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs , April vol. 6 no. 1 2002;

— Review of Paris Studio : Contemporary Writing by Fourteen Australian Authors Who Lived, for a While, in Paris 2001 anthology poetry prose short story column essay diary
Memoirs – Books in Brief Nikki Gemmell , 2002 single work review
— Appears in: The Times Literary Supplement , 29 March no. 5165 2002;

— Review of Paris Studio : Contemporary Writing by Fourteen Australian Authors Who Lived, for a While, in Paris 2001 anthology poetry prose short story column essay diary

'When an Australian writer in Paris asks a local taxi driver for the Australian Cultural Centre, the reply is blunt: “that would be a fairly small building?”

'Victor Barker, the editor of Paris Studio, self-mockingly relates the anecdote, and an impish, dry humour permeates this anthology of work by fourteen Australian novelists, playwrights, poets and academics who have, at one time or another, stayed in an artists’ studio owned by the Australian Government. Tony Maniaty calls the Arc de Triomphe “the bullring of Paris” and Jean Kent describes how “a cold wind crocodile-skins the Seine”.' (Introduction)

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