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Issue Details: First known date: 2021... November 2021 of Kill Your Darlings [Online] est. 2010 Kill Your Darlings [Online]
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Promising Young Writer, Laura Woollett , single work autobiography
'When I got a two-book deal at 25, I believed that my best work was still ahead of me. But authors only get one chance to be marketed as an ‘exciting new voice’—what happens when you’re no longer the next big thing?' (Introduction)
My Year of Being Younger, Patrick Lenton , single work autobiography
'Starting my dream job in my thirties, I was insecure about being surrounded by people younger than me. Seeing an opportunity to rebrand, I took inspiration from TV and lied about my age.' (Introduction)
Leah Jing McInstosh on 'Liminal', Visibility and Community, Rebecca Starford , single work interview
Show Your Working : Hannah Kent, Hannah Kent , single work column
Shelf Reflection : S. J. Norman, S. J. Norman , single work column
Books Roundup : Permafrost, Scary Monsters, Another Day in the Colony, How to End a Story, Ellen Cregan , Mindy Gill , Monique Grbec , Fiona Murphy , single work review
— Review of Permafrost S. J. Norman , 2021 selected work short story ; Scary Monsters Michelle De Kretser , 2021 single work novel ; Another Day in the Colony Chelsea Watego , 2021 selected work essay ; How to End a Story : Diaries 1995–1998 Helen Garner , 2021 single work diary ;
Misfit Ballet, Melanie Saward , single work autobiography
'​​Ballet studios are traditionally the realm of thinness, youth and perfection—not places where people like me have typically felt comfortable. But in my 30s, I found a class that prizes the joy of movement over punishment and body shaming.' (Introduction)
Snobs, Bogans and Class in Australian Non-fiction, Benjamin Clark , single work criticism
'Several recent books examine social mobility in Australia, but run into the same issues as broader discussions of class: a focus on dated signifiers like accents and taste, as opposed to the more complex realities of deepening economic inequality.' (Introduction)
Chronicles of a Delusional Artist, Nina Oyama , single work autobiography
'In the arts, where dreams infinitely outnumber actual successes, self-delusion is called ‘believing in yourself’. As I navigate the deeply misogynistic entertainment industry, denying reality feels like a necessity but also a curse.'

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