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Rundle: with the ALR gone, time to rethink our public sphere

Guy Rundle October 12, 2011 4 Comments

Battle was joined again, in the pages of The Drum, over the corpse of The Australian Literary Review, the twice-dead journal once wrapped in the clammy embrace of The Australian.

Crikey says: coughing up for The ALR

Crikey October 5, 2011 6 Comments

They closed down The Australian Literary Review today.

Letting the fireworks out of the bag

Crikey September 26, 2011 1 Comment

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Announcing the first Kindle winner …

Crikey September 20, 2011 1 Comment

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Rundle: a Review review reveals an enduring legacy of not much

Rundle: a Review review reveals an enduring legacy of not much

Guy Rundle September 16, 2011 5 Comments

One has to say something about the demise of The Australian Literary Review, especially in light of Nick Cater's somewhat freestyling herogram-to-self in yesterday's comments section.

The Australian Literary Review

Crikey September 15, 2011 4 Comments

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ALR closure shows a literary culture that runs on love, not money

Mel Campbell September 14, 2011

The most striking thing about news of the closure of the Australian Literary Review has been the relative equanimity with which it has been greeted.

The morality of offshore processing

Crikey September 14, 2011

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Australian Literary Review shuts up shop

Australian Literary Review shuts up shop

Andrew Crook September 13, 2011 16 Comments

Storied News Limited literary digest The Australian Literary Review will publish its last edition next month, Crikey can reveal.

Why do unis still support the Australian Literary Review?

Ben Eltham December 17, 2010 5 Comments

In the wake of #twitdef, The Australian no longer deserves university funding for the Australian Literary Review, writes Ben Eltham in his weekly arts column My Cup of Tea.