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Issue Details: First known date: 2004... no. 138 July 2004 of Newswrite : The NSW Writers' Centre Magazine est. 1991 Newswrite : The NSW Writers' Centre Magazine
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Launching Your Book, Irina Dunn , single work column
Dunn provides an outline for planning and executing a successful book launch.
(p. 5)
What is a Bestseller?, Chris Broadribb , single work column
Broadribb reports on the 19 May 2004 talk at the State Library of NSW. The talk was one of the series of Written Word events held at the Library and featured Garth Nix, Sonya Hartnett, Stephen Reilly and Anna Funder.
(p. 7, 22)
On Publication, Robin Weston , single work column (p. 11, 31, 33)
Note: port. (Robin Weston)
Half a Crumbed Fish and Eleven Thousand Words, Jessica Perini , single work column
Perini writes of her struggle with agoraphobia and panic attacks and the way in which her writing carried her through those conditions. She also writes of her activism on behalf of refugees in Australian detention centres.
(p. 12, 34)
Vive la Difference!, Brendan Doyle , single work column
From his own experience, Doyle comments on the benefits to young Australians of learning languages other than English.
(p. 13, 34)
When Did You Become a Writer?, Don Jordon , single work column (p. 15)
Poets Stroppy and Sweet, Norm Neill , single work column (p. 33)

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