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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... vol. 42 no. 3 December 2010 of Australian Author est. 1969 Australian Author
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* Contents derived from the 2010 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Great Expectations, Peter Craven , single work column (p. 6-9)
Don't Quit Your Day Job, Helen Barnes , single work column (p. 11)
The Invisible Gift, Catherine Keenan , single work column
'Mentoring involves teaching but requires something more strange and intimate than just passing on knowledge. Catherine Keenan talks to writers about the people who lifted them up when they were young'. (p12)
(p. 12-15)
A Moment of Mortal Humiliation, Delia Falconer , single work autobiography
'Your first novel marks a transition from writing for yourself to feeling the audience over your shoulder, says Delia Falconer, who weeded the vegies and played golf to maintain balance under the pressure.' (p. 18)
(p. 18-19)
Wizards, Vampires and Elbow Grease, Susanne Gervay , single work column
'Writing for children and young adults requires an ability to inspire wonder combined with deep reserves of patience, says Susanne Gervay.' ()
(p. 20-22)
Randolph 'Mick' Stow, Anthony J. Hassall , single work biography (p. 24-27)
I've Finished. Now What?, Charlotte Wood (interviewer), single work interview
'When Zadie Smith finished On Beauty she drank a bottle of wine and lay in her garden crying; Peter Carey is afraid at the end of every book that he'll never have another idea. Charlotte Wood asked five Australian writers how they feel about the end.' (p. 28)
(p. 28-30)
E-Books : The Big Questions, Angelo Loukakis , single work column (p. 32-33)
Vive les Boulevardes, Sophie Masson , single work autobiography (p. 34)

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