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James Ley investigates the role and work of the editor. He quotes from a range of Australian editors and authors including Delia Falconer, Michael Heyward, Ivor Indyk,Hilary McPhee, Aviva Tuffield, Janet Palfreyman, James Bradley, Michael Williams and Garry Disher.

Notes

  • James Ley's article is written in the context of a review of Raymond Carver's Beginners: The Original Version of 'What We Talk about When We Talk about Love'. Beginners is the 2009 unedited version of Carver's What We Talk about When We Talk about Love.

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