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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 5-6 March 2005 of The Sydney Morning Herald est. 1842 The Sydney Morning Herald
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2005 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Signs of the Cross, Dino Scatena , single work column
A column canvassing current arts news including a brief report on Louis Nowra's view of Kings Cross and a walking tour of literary sites in the area that he hosted with Mandy Sayer.
(p. 2) Section: Spectrum
The Big Sign-Off, David Marr , single work criticism (p. 4) Section: Spectrum
Trouble in Trolleytown, Wendy Frew , single work essay (p. 9) Section: Spectrum
Poland's Cold Dark Heart, A. P. Riemer , single work review
— Review of Winter Journey : A Novel Diane Armstrong , 2005 single work novel ;
(p. 9) Section: Spectrum
The Book that Grew and Grew, Susan Wyndham , single work column
A column canvassing current literary news including a brief report on The Bibliography of Australian Literature project.
(p. 10) Section: Spectrum
Imagination Taken to Another Level, Van Ikin , single work review
— Review of The Best Australian Science Fiction Writing : A Fifty Year Collection 2004 anthology short story novella ;
(p. 10) Section: Spectrum
Crew Weaves an Artful Web, Debra Adelaide , single work review
— Review of The Lace Maker's Daughter Gary Crew , 2005 single work novel ; The Mermaid Cafe Andrew Maconachie , 2005 single work novel ;
(p. 11) Section: Spectrum
Study Pays: Writers Go Back to the Books, Susan Wyndham , single work column
Wyndham reports on the trend for writers to undertake postgraduate studies in creative writing as a means of supporting themselves financially. Wyndham notes that some Australian writers, including John Tranter, are studying with the benefit of scholarships.
(p. 13)
Grant Me a Wish The Art of Getting the Grant, Susan Wyndham , single work criticism
Wyndham canvasses the views of writers about the dispersal of limited funding dollars. Those who comment include Delia Falconer, Alex Miller, Nicola Walker, Peter Skrzynecki and chair of the Australian Council's Literature Board, Peter Goldsworthy. Views differ as to whether support should be given to emerging or established writers.
(p. 27)
A Matter of Principal, John Marsden , single work essay
Marsden contends that when judging the worth of a school the biggest single factor is the quality of the leadership.
(p. 33)

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