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Rewriting the long lunch

In the Australian publishing landscape, the long lunch occupies a contentious space, provoking a mixture of envy, nostalgia, delight and judgement. Books+Publishing's columnist Veronica Sullivan asks: is the practice a relic of a bygone era? Or does it still hold value for writers and publishers? Cocktails at noon flowing into...

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Category: Features