Scholarly source of authoritative information about creative and critical works by and about Australian writers, relevant cultural organisations and industries. Coverage includes fiction and poetry, writing for the theatre, film and television, biographical and travel writing, criticism and reviews. (Not indexed by LibrarySearch)
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Provides full-text access to a variety of scholarly literature publications including: Children's Literature, Comparative Literature Studies, Contemporary Literature, Discourse, Eighteenth-Century Fiction, ELH, Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction, Journal of Modern Literature, Journal of Narrative Theory, Manoa, Modern Fiction Studies, Mosaic, Narrative, Philosophy and Literature, Prairie Schooner, Red Cedar Review, River Teeth: A Journal of Nonfiction Narrative, Sewanee Review, Studies in the Novel, SubStance, symploke & Victorian Poetry.
Screen Hub is the online home for Australian screen professionals enabling you to stay up to date with professional news, jobs and industry opportunities. Online home for Australian screen professionals. Provides access to jobs, news, production and events. Access via ArtsHub and select 'Screen' from the top menu. (Not indexed by LibrarySearch)