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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... vol. 37 no. 3 December 2005 of Australian Author est. 1969 Australian Author
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Song of the Pen : Archival Footage, Thomas Keneally , single work essay
Thomas Keneally describes the different methods he has used to research his novels.
(p. 6-7)
Should I ... Or Shouldn't I?, Malcolm Knox , single work criticism
In this work Malcolm Knox considers the ethics of publishing and the risk of losing friends or contact with family when a character in a novel shows resemblances.
(p. 8-12)
Shelf Live of the Aussie Book, Dawn Cohen , single work criticism
Dawn Cohen considers how short-lived the shelf life of Australian books are and proposes ways to remedy this.
(p. 13-17)
The Rise and Rise of Literary Agents, Chip Rolley , single work criticism
Chip Rolley considers the rising importance of literary agents as opposed to editors in publishing houses. A number of novelists comment on this trend.
(p. 24-28)

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