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Issue Details: First known date: 2012... no. 9 April 2012 of Kill Your Darlings est. 2010 Kill Your Darlings
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* Contents derived from the 2012 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Gerald Murnane's The Plains : An Alternative Australian Literature, Wayne Macauley , single work criticism
'The dust jacket of the first edition of The Plains describes it as 'a lament for an Australian literature that ha never been written'. Thirty years later this strange, disquieting, curious little book continues to stand almost alone in the library of alternative Australian fiction. But make no mistake: this is no archaeological artefact. The Plains is a masterpiece, and, word for word, sentence for sentence, one of the best novels ever written in this country...' (Source: author's introduction, 25)
(p. 25-31)
The Renaissance Man : Don Dunstan and the Sexy Seventies, Ruth Starke , single work biography (p. 51-59)
Zen Camp : A Place Where Time is Slowed, Nola Firth , single work prose (p. 81-93)
Dog Trap, Toni Jordan , single work short story (p. 97-102)
Monkey Business, Carmel Bird , single work short story (p. 103-108)
Road Kill, Krissy Kneen , single work short story (p. 109-114)
Kill Your Darlings in Conversation with Kelly Link, Hannah Kent (interviewer), single work interview (p. 117-136)

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