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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 24 July 2010 of The Age est. 1854 The Age
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* Contents derived from the 2010 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Every Black-Clad Crowd Has a Joyous Green Lining, Kate Holden , single work column (p. 3) Section: A2
On the Spot : Patricia Cornelius, Playwright, Patricia Cornelius , single work column (p. 3) Section: A2
Note: port. (Patricia Cornelius)
Frequent Flyer : Shirley Barrett, Shirley Barrett , single work column (p. 5) Section: Traveller
Straight Up, Sacred Cows Beware Encounter With Kate Jennings, Farah Farouque , single work biography (p. 10) Section: Insight
Note: port. (Kate Jennings)
Adrift in a Mist of Memory, David Francis , single work column
Watching a London performance of Tommy Murphy's Holding the Man, David Francis recalls the era in which he knew the play's main characters and in which he avoided the tragedy that engulfed so many - death from AIDS.
(p. 13, 18) Section: A2
The World Can Wait, Hannie Rayson , single work autobiography
Conscious of her carbon footprint, Hannie Rayson chooses to holiday in her home city of Melbourne.
(p. 16-17) Section: A2
Note: illus., port. (Hannie Rayson)
A. J. Mackinnon Slowly, Taking the Pith, Tim Elliott , single work biography (p. 22-23) Section: A2
Note: port. (A. J. Mackinnon)
Out of the Darkness, Frances Atkinson , single work column (p. 23) Section: A2
Note: port. (Leanne Hall)
Fiction, Cameron Woodhead , single work review
— Review of The Emerald Casket Richard Newsome , 2010 single work novel ;
(p. 24) Section: A2
Pick of the Week, Cameron Woodhead , single work review
— Review of Spinning Out Christine Darcas , 2010 single work novel ;
(p. 24) Section: A2
Non-Fiction, Fiona Capp , single work review
— Review of Murderer No More : Andrew Mallard and the Epic Fight That Proved His Innocence Colleen Egan , 2010 single work biography ;
(p. 24) Section: A2
Dark Side of the Street, Scott Murray , single work review
— Review of Thrill City Leigh Redhead , 2010 single work novel ; The Old School P. M. Newton , 2010 single work novel ;
(p. 25) Section: A2
Farming Out the Memories, Dianne Dempsey , single work review
— Review of A Simpler Time Peter FitzSimons , 2010 single work autobiography ;
(p. 25) Section: A2
When Writers Become Stars, Jane Sullivan , single work column
Jane Sullivan tracks the changes in writers' festival from the 1980s to the early twenty-first century.
(p. 28) Section: A2
Off the Shelf : Travel, Owen Richardson , single work review
— Review of The Well at the World's End A. J. Mackinnon , 2010 single work autobiography ;
(p. 28) Section: A2
Paradise Lost for a Poor Little Rich Boy, Thuy On , single work review
— Review of The Byron Journals Daniel Ducrou , 2007 single work novel ;
(p. 29) Section: A2
The Publishers Who Love Stead, Jason Steger , single work column
A column canvassing current literary news including information about reprints of Christina Stead's The Man Who Loved Children - new versions are being published by Capuchin Classics (UK) and Melbourne University Publishing.
(p. 30) Section: A2
War through the TVi"Even the bombs aren't enough, the", Sally J. Finn , single work poetry (p. 30) Section: A2
Note: Written as: S. J. Finn

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