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Sensitive subjects: The value of sensitivity reading

Australian authors are increasingly employing sensitivity readers to ensure their representations of diverse characters are respectful and authentic. But who is regulating the practice, and what are the risks when it goes wrong? Books+Publishing’s columnist Veronica Sullivan investigates. In recent years, conversations about the representation of diverse perspectives in literature...

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Category: Features