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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... no. 2 2008 of Studies in Australian Weird Fiction est. 2008 Studies in Australian Weird Fiction
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Contents

* Contents derived from the , 2008 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Vol Molesworth's Lovecraftian Tales, James Doig , 2008 single work criticism (p. 13-25)
A Rabbinical Legend and Colonial Masterpiece : Aspects of Charles Harpur's 'The Witch of Hebron', Phillip A Ellis , 2008 single work criticism (p. 27-31)
Pleasing Terrors: An Interview with John Harwood, James Doig (interviewer), 2008 single work interview (p. 33-36)
Pleasing Terrors: Review of His First Novel, The Ghost Writer, James Doig , 2008 single work review
— Review of The Ghost Writer John Harwood , 2004 single work novel ;
(p. 36-38)
The 'Sacred Heart' : Sam Watson's The Kadaitcha Sung, Roslyn Weaver , 2008 single work criticism
'This paper surveys how Sam Watson has reworked the notion of a dead heart [of Australia] in his fantasy novel The Kadaitcha Sung, by populating the land with the spirits of murdered Indigenous people and also presenting the landscape, and particularly Uluru, as the sacred setting of power and restoration' (39).
(p. 39-48)
The Edge of Shadows: A Look at the Shades Series by Robert Hood, John Howard , 2008 single work criticism (p. 49-60)
Vampires in the Sunburnt Country : Australian Explorations of the Vampire Gothic Landscape, Jason Nahrung , 2008 single work criticism (p. 61-95)
Note: Includes substantial bibliography.
Ecclesiologist in the Shadows: An Interview with Nathan Burrage, 2008 single work interview (p. 97-101)
Written in Blood: An Interview with James R. Cain, 2008 single work interview (p. 103-109)
Southern Bonescribe: An Interview with Bill Congreve, 2008 single work interview (p. 111-118)
Voices from the Grave: An Interview with Steve Dedman, 2008 single work interview (p. 119-124)
Pioneer of Australian Gothic: An Interview with James Doig, 2008 single work interview (p. 125-131)
Possessed by the Immaterial: An Interview with Robert Hood, 2008 single work interview (p. 133-144)
Artist for the Darkness: An Interview with Gary Kemble, 2008 single work interview (p. 145-150)
Tennant in the Grinding House: An Interview with Kaaron Warren, 2008 single work interview (p. 151-156)
The Ossuary: Believing Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast, Robert Hood , 2008 single work criticism (p. 157-161)
Nightmares in the Dreamtime : On Aboriginal Australian Weird Fiction, Katrin Althans , Gerry Turcotte , 2008 single work criticism
This article takes the form of a symposium where Aboriginal authors and works in the genre of weird fiction are discussed. Critics Katrin Althans and Gerry Turcotte answer several questions posed by Studies in Australian Weird Fiction and provide fans of the genre with personal insights and interpretations never before discussed.
(p. 163-171)
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