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‘Westerly’ funding cut; future in doubt

The Western Australian state government has cut funding to Westerly, the Perth-based literary magazine that launched the careers of writers including Tim Winton, Robert Drewe and Elizabeth Jolley.The journal has been published out of the University of WA since 1956, making it the second-oldest literary publication in Australia (after Meanjin,...

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