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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 The Interview : Helen Garner
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'Author of Monkey Grip, The Children's Bach, and The First Stone - as well as other award-winning non-fiction - Helen Garner has kept readers on their toes for more than three decades. After sixteen years of non-fiction, readers might have assumed that Cosmo Cosmolino (1992) was destined to be the last of Garner's major fiction. Then, in 2008, The Spare Room - a novel based largely on three weeks spent nursing a terminally ill friend - was released to widespread critical acclaim.' (p. 28)

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  • Editor's note: A small segment of this interview originally appeared in The Adelaide Review in October 2010

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    y separately published work icon Wet Ink no. 24 2011 Z1809243 2011 periodical issue 2011 pg. 28-32
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