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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 14 June 2008 of The Age est. 1854 The Age
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* Contents derived from the 2008 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Midnight in the Garden of Ghostly Silence, Kate Holden , single work column (p. 3) Section: A2
Untitled, Mandy Ord , extract novel (p. 16) Section: A2
Note: chiefly illus.
Into a Liquid Ether, Christos Tsiolkas , single work essay (p. 18-19) Section: A2
Beauty and the Ruins, Robert Dessaix , single work essay (p. 22-23) Section: A2
Hello, Darkness My Old Friend, Ursula Dubosarsky , single work essay
Ursula Duborsarsky explores the notion of darkness, particularly in the context of Rudolf Tesnohlidek's The Cunning Little Vixen, Tesnohlidek's own life, and Leos Janacek's eponymously-titled opera based on Tesnohlidek's tale.
(p. 24) Section: A2
Melbourne, August 1961i"Enid and that husband are at the aerodrome. And if", Alan Wearne , single work poetry (p. 26) Section: A2
But It Isn't Just about Winteri"Years ago when I was writing a thriller", Jennifer Maiden , single work poetry (p. 26) Section: A2
Cold Fronti"this shivering caravan reeks of rum,", Pamela Brown , single work poetry (p. 26) Section: A2
In the Doorwaysi"Summers are long days", Les Murray , single work poetry (p. 26) Section: A2
Early Morning Balloons over Melbournei"Unearthly in the chill blue", Dorothy Porter , single work poetry (p. 26) Section: A2
Elegyi"You count the cows, wrapping up the day", Nguyễn Tiên Hoàng , single work poetry (p. 26) Section: A2
24th Floori"The desk pushed up facing the window.", Petra White , single work poetry (p. 27) Section: A2
A Description of the Storm Glass and Brief Guide to Its Use in Forecasting the Weatheri"A sealed dome of glass where crystals,", Lisa Gorton , single work poetry (p. 27) Section: A2
Note: Author's note: A Storm Glass belongs to winter rooms. Afternoon rain on the window, light subdued to antique glass, and a reader, like the picture of a reader-
Lyrici"ceramics dissemble Footrpints", Michael Farrell , single work poetry (p. 27) Section: A2
Shorts Weatheri"your jeans collapse like peace", Jaya Savige , single work poetry (p. 27) Section: A2
At Long Lasti"But here, now, hush, a touch", Chris Wallace-Crabbe , single work poetry (p. 27) Section: A2
Prize Writers, Jane Sullivan , single work column
'Jane Sullivan assesses the field in Australia's most significant literary award.' (Editor's abstract)
(p. 28-29) Section: A2
Note: port. (Rodney Hall, Steven Carroll, Alex Miller, Gail Jones and David Brooks)
Frisson of Words to Keep You Warm, Simon Caterson , single work column
Simon Caterson previews new titles to be published during Winter 2008.
(p. 29) Section: A2
No Need for Lesbian Vampires, James Ley , single work review
— Review of The Boat Nam Le , 2008 selected work short story ;
(p. 31) Section: A2
Just the Stub of a Man, Past Chairin'..., Jane Sullivan , single work column (p. 32) Section: A2

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