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Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 8 March 2003 of The Courier-Mail est. 1933 The Courier-Mail
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* Contents derived from the 2003 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Purely Spec, Jason Nahrung , single work criticism
This article discusses the growth and popularity of speculative fiction in Australia and in particular, Queensland.
(p. 1-2) Section: BAM
But What Does it Mean?, Ron Serdiuk , single work column
Ron Serdiuk discusses and defines the maze of speculative fiction genres that include Hard SF,Space Opera, Alternative History, Cyberpunk, Fantasy, Sword and Socery or Epic Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Dark Fantasy and Gothic.
(p. 2) Section: BAM
Danger is His Business, Rosemary Sorensen , single work criticism (p. 3) Section: BAM
Getting to the Point with Marion Halligan, Rosemary Sorensen , single work interview (p. 6) Section: Books Arts Music
Everybody's Talking About Children's Fantasy, Jason Nahrung , single work column (p. 7) Section: BAM
Love and the Law of Physicsi"Nature, mother of all gamblers", Michael Sariban , single work poetry (p. 8) Section: Books arts Movies
Immortal Harwood, Christopher Bantick , single work review
— Review of Gwen Harwood : Collected Poems 1943-1995 Gwen Harwood , 2003 collected work poetry ;
(p. 8) Section: BAM
Dead Poet's Society, Rosemary Sorensen , single work criticism (p. 8) Section: BAM

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