A SATIRE THAT WENT ASTRAY by D H Gilmore, in THE AUSTRALIAN AUTHOR, quarterly journal of The Australian Society of Authors, (2 x 1977 issues only)

By: Joan Clarke, and Colin

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A SATIRE THAT WENT ASTRAY by D H Gilmore, in THE AUSTRALIAN AUTHOR, quarterly journal of The Australian Society of Authors, (2 x 1977 issues only) by Joan Clarke, and Colin Simpson, editors
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The Australian Society of Authors, Sydney, 1977. Stapled magazine, 8¼" x 5½", with card covers. Professional magazines in VERY GOOD condition. In Vol 9, Number 3 New Zealand writer & illustrator of children's books, David Gilmore, reveals the pain of rejection and the glow of delight when, after ten years, his 'Cuthbert' caterpillar manuscript was accepted (intended as a satire on advertising agencies!). Eleven further kids books followed! In Vol 9, Number 1 Beatrice Davis talks of the editor's role in preparing a manuscript for publication. "Most good writing," she says, "comes from clarity and simplicity and the special glow of the author's individuality." In the same issue, Maureen Wright details her experiences in self-publishing ("Within a month we had sold out the 2,000 edition and were printing again.") Other articles by Max Fatchen ('Every Doggeral has His Day") and Mary Stewart (a visiting author) in defense of 'escapist' literature..

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