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Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 22-23 May 2004 of The Sydney Morning Herald est. 1842 The Sydney Morning Herald
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* Contents derived from the 2004 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Donald the Younger, Donald Horne , extract autobiography
An edited version of an article appearing in the Griffith Review, June 2004.
(p. 4-5) Section: Spectrum
Publishers Shun Rookie Authors, Julian Lee , single work column
Lee reports that publishing houses in Australia are increasingly unlikely to publish unknown authors. In the week during which the article was written, Simon & Schuster announced that they would no longer publish new writers.
(p. 6)
Seeking the Inner Isolation, Christopher Bantick , single work review
— Review of Wild Life John Dale , 2004 single work novel ;
(p. 10) Section: Spectrum
The Sydney Morning Herald's Best Young Australian Novelists, single work column
A brief overview of each of the six writers who were named Best Young Novelist in The Sydney Morning Herald's annual award.
(p. 11) Section: Spectrum
Note: ports.
In Short : Fiction, Michael McGirr , single work review
— Review of Somewhere, Home Nada A. Jarrar , 2003 single work novel ; The Affairs of Men John Holton , 2004 selected work short story ; As Far as You Can Go Lesley Glaister , 2004 single work novel ;
(p. 13) Section: Spectrum
In Short : Non-Fiction, Bruce Elder , single work review
— Review of Dark Dreams : Australian Refugee Stories 2004 anthology autobiography biography essay poetry ;
(p. 13) Section: Spectrum
Shorts the Main Feature, single work column
Les Murray featured in one of the Australian Tourist Commission's 2004 advertisements. He read his poem 'The Dream of Wearing Shorts Forever' during the advertisement.
(p. 26)
J'Accuse: Writers' Spat a Page-Turner, single work column
This article reports that Sue Woolfe accused Charlotte Wood of plagiarism. Woolfe allegedly contended that a story from her 1999 collection Wild Minds had been plagiarised in Wood's The Submerged Cathedral.
(p. 26)
The Plot Thickens, If You Use Lots of Adjectives and a Garden Guide, Richard Glover , single work column satire (p. 28)
Toga Party in Macquarie Street, Susan Wyndham , single work column
Wyndham looks at NSW Premier Bob Carr's and Colleen McCullough's mutual interest in the world of Ancient Rome.
(p. 37)

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