Kill Your Darlings, April 2016 #2020

Kill Your Darlings, April 2016 By Rebecca Starford Hannah Kent Jane Caro Sarah Coles Jarni Blakkarly Rachel Watts S.A. Jones Omar Sakr Kill Your Darlings April None
  • Title: Kill Your Darlings, April 2016
  • Author: Rebecca Starford Hannah Kent Jane Caro Sarah Coles Jarni Blakkarly Rachel Watts S.A. Jones Omar Sakr
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  • Page: 279
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Rebecca Starford Hannah Kent Jane Caro Sarah Coles Jarni Blakkarly Rachel Watts S.A. Jones Omar Sakr"

    1. Rebecca Starford Hannah Kent Jane Caro Sarah Coles Jarni Blakkarly Rachel Watts S.A. Jones Omar Sakr

      Rebecca Starford is a Melbourne based writer, editor and publisher She has worked previously at Australian Book Review and Affirm Press, and she is currently an editor at Text Publishing She writes regularly for The Age, The Australian and The Guardian Australia In 2010, she co founded Kill Your Darlings where she is now publishing director Her debut memoir, Bad Behaviour, will be published by Allen Unwin in 2015.

    616 thoughts on “Kill Your Darlings, April 2016”

    1. Another awesome edition of KYD From S.A Jones insightful look at modern Australian politics through the lens of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, to Maggie MacKellar s words on the routine of personal writing and everything in between this was a great spread of engrossing, thought provoking pieces The Culture Files section does tend to lose me a bit, but I m a happy reader nonetheless.


    2. Great issue Emblematic of everything I love about KYD Particularly of note were the essays right at the start The Generation Games by Jane Caro, and The Hungry Lucky Country by Sarah Coles.


    3. Good writing as ever, but overall I didn t find this issue as compelling as the previous one it took me a while to get through it whereas I devoured the last.



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