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Australian Literary Review

The Australian Literary Review (ALR) was a monthly supplement to The Australian newspaper established in September 2006 and published on the first Wednesday of each month. It was considered to be a continuation of The Australian's Review of Books, which was a supplement published between 1996 and 2001.[1][2] The magazine's editors-in-chief included Stephen Matchett, Stephen Romei, and Luke Slattery.[1] Like its predecessor, it was supported by the Australia Council for the Arts.[3][2] The last issue was published in October 2011.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b Australian Literary Review, Australian Literature Resource
  2. ^ a b Australian literature and culture resources, University of Adelaide Library
  3. ^ Literary journals, Literature board, Australia Council for the Arts
  4. ^ Peter Craven. "The death of the ALR", The Drum, ABC, October 2011.

External links

  • Official website
  • OCLC 224962144 and OCLC 222746051
  • Australian Literary Review, NLA Trove
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