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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 22-23 April 2011 of The Age est. 1854 The Saturday Age
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Notes

  • Easter edition; covers Good Friday and Easter Saturday.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2011 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Curtain up, and the Timid Should Look Away Now, Elissa Blake , single work column (p. 18-19) Section: Life & Style
Note: illus.
A Tragic Confluence of Sacrifice and Memorial, Warwick McFadyen , single work column (p. 19) Section: Life & Style
Note: port. (Ella McFadyen)
A Shining Comic Cast, but the Set Is Really the Icing on the Cake, Cameron Woodhead , single work review
— Review of Porn.Cake Vanessa Bates , 2011 single work drama ;
(p. 24)
Non-Fiction, Fiona Capp , single work review
— Review of Overland no. 202 Autumn 2011 periodical issue ; Selected Prose of Dorothy Hewett Dorothy Hewett , 2011 selected work prose ;
(p. 30) Section: Life & Style
Off the Shelf : Memoir, Owen Richardson , single work review
— Review of 15% Pregnant : A Man, a Woman and IVF Tony Hardy , 2011 single work autobiography ;
(p. 32) Section: Life & Style
Off the Shelf : Short Stories, Lorien Kaye , single work review
— Review of Bearings Leah Swann , 2011 selected work short story novella ;
(p. 32) Section: Life & Style
Off the Shelf : Humour, Dianne Dempsey , single work review
— Review of What Body Part Is That? Andy Griffiths , 2011 single work children's fiction ;
(p. 32) Section: Life & Style
Bookmarks, Jason Steger , single work column
A column canvassing current literary news including a comment on the shortlist for the 2011 Miles Franklin Literary Award. Jason Steger also notes rising sales of e-books, plans for an annual Hazel Rowley lecture and Williamstown's 2011 literary festival.
(p. 33) Section: Life & Style
Send in the Clownsi"You were the high-wire act,", Evan Jones , single work poetry (p. 33) Section: Life & Style
I'm Right, You're Wrong, Let's Have Another Latte, Kate Holden , single work column (p. 52) Section: Life & Style

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