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'It's not easy being funny, especially if you are female. Just ask top women comics Denise Scott, Judith Lucy, Magda Szubanski and Hannah Gadsby. Beyond the throwaway one-liners and witticisms, each has now turned to writing tales in gritty detail of grief, guilt, regret, self-loathing and, finally, self-realisation.' (Editor's abstract)
Note: This source does include the review of The True Story of Ned Kelly's Last Stand: New Revelations Unearthed about the Bloody Siege at Glenrowan. That title was included in the Saturday Age's reviews on 8 September 2012.