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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 24 April 2010 of The Age est. 1854 The Age
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2010 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Bird in the Firing Line Is Worth 10 Elusive Emus, Robert Drewe , single work column (p. 3) Section: A2
On the Spot : Sonya Hartnett, Author, Sonya Hartnett , single work column (p. 3) Section: A2
Two Wars, a Lifetime Apart, Bridged by a Digger's Book, Greg Baum , single work column
Greg Baum reports on a friendship between World War II veteran Ern Brough and Corporal Alex Fisher. Fisher was serving in Afghanistan in 2009 when he read Brough's autobiography Dangerous Days: A Digger's Great Escape. He subsequently contacted Brough and a friendship ensued.
(p. 13)
Les Murray Living in the Word, Jason Steger , single work biography (p. 24-25) Section: A2
Note: port. (Les Murray)
Fiction, Cameron Woodhead , single work review
— Review of Fields of Gold Fiona McIntosh , 2010 single work novel ;
(p. 26) Section: A2
A New Anarchic Spirit of Literature, Peter Pierce , single work review
— Review of The Norseman's Song Joel Deane , 2010 single work novel ;
(p. 27) Section: A2
Lava's in the Air but Few Are Happy, Jason Steger , single work column
A column canvassing current literary news including a report on the 2010 London Book Fair. The fair was disrupted by cancelled flights due to the eruption of an Icelandic volcano. This resulted in some publishers, including Text's Michael Heyward, being unable to attend. Steger also notes Joel Becker's move from the Victorian Writers' Centre to the Australian Booksellers' Association.
(p. 29) Section: A2
Poppiesi"They say poppies signify the war dead", Thomas Shapcott , single work poetry (p. 29) Section: A2
Fable, Michael Leunig , single work short story fable (p. 48) Section: A2

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