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‘ABR’ patrons to fund $10,000 ‘critic in residence’

The Australian Book Review (ABR) has announced it will soon appoint its first ‘critic in residence’. Funded by the magazine’s patrons, ‘this will be an annual appointment worth $10,000,’ according to ABR editor Peter Rose. The magazine is currently seeking proposals from critics ‘with established national reputations’. The successful applicant...

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