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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 9-10 September 2006 of The Sydney Morning Herald est. 1842 The Sydney Morning Herald
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* Contents derived from the 2006 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Darkest Reaches of Desire, Sandra Hall , single work review
— Review of The Book of Revelation Ana Kokkinos , Andrew Bovell , 2006 single work film/TV ;
(p. 15) Section: Spectrum
Undercover, Susan Wyndham , single work column
A column canvassing current literary news including a report on the decision by the owners of Wollongong Mall to restrict authors' subject matter during the 2006 National Poetry Week.
(p. 30) Section: Spectrum
The Call of the Claypans, Jane Sullivan , single work biography (p. 30-31) Section: Spectrum
Note: port. (Alexis Wright)
A Creepy World of Sex, Drugs and Hard Hearts, Peter Pierce , single work review
— Review of Metro Alasdair Duncan , 2006 single work novel ;
(p. 30-31) Section: Spectrum
In Short : Fiction, Michael McGirr , single work review
— Review of The Imaginary Gentleman : A Regency Intrigue Helen Halstead , 2006 single work novel ;
(p. 34) Section: Spectrum
In Short : Nonfiction, Bruce Elder , single work review
— Review of Contemporary Australian Drama Leonard Radic , 2006 single work criticism ;
(p. 35) Section: Spectrum
No Room for the Eloquent in a Mugs' Lair, Alan Ramsey , single work column
Alan Ramsey comments on the dearth of parliamentary recognition afforded to Australia's writers at the time of their death, citing the example of Colin Thiele. Ramsey says, 'To make your mark by the power and eloquence of the written word, unless you are a Nobel Laureate, is nowhere near enough in this country...' He compares the relative silence that greeted Thiele's death with the accolades delivered in memory of Steve Irwin.
(p. 37)
A Spirit Gone to Another Place, David Marr , single work obituary

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