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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 18-19 July 2009 of The Australian est. 1964 The Weekend Australian
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First Impressions : Jeni Caffin, Festival Director, John Zubrzycki , 2009 single work biography (p. 3) Section: Review
Note: port. (Jeni Caffin)
Existential Gloom in the Off-Season, Geordie Williamson , 2009 single work review
— Review of This Is How M. J. Hyland 2009 single work novel ;
(p. 15) Section: Review
Write What Is Good To Read, and We Will Happily Buy It, Matthew Fogarty , 2009 single work correspondence (p. 16)
Untitled, David Thomas , 2009 single work correspondence
In arguing againsts protection for the book trade, David Thomas offers the view that only Australian writers whose books have demonstrably 'Australian' content can get published under parallel importation restriction rules.
(p. 16)
Untitled, Tony Moore , 2009 single work correspondence
Tony Moore argues that Australian writers should write stories that are 'more engaging to the broader community'.
(p. 16)
Untitled, Angela Sunde , 2009 single work correspondence (p. 16)
Untitled, Mary Staton , 2009 single work correspondence (p. 16)
Untitled, Norm Neill , 2009 single work correspondence (p. 16)
Small Treasures, John Freeman , 2009 single work column
'Literary journals are an antidote to these straitened times.' (Editor's abstract)
(p. 18) Section: Review
Western Not So Lucky, David Stratton , 2009 single work review
— Review of Lucky Country Andy Cox 2009 single work film/TV ;
(p. 24) Section: Review
Miles Franklin Goes to New York, Louise Adler , 2009 single work column
Louise Adler hypothesises about the fate of Australian publishing if the Australian Government approves the recommendations of the Productivity Commission in relation to the parallel importation of books.
(p. 24)

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