PDF DOWNLOAD Under Cover õ Craig Munro


  • Paperback
  • 272
  • Under Cover
  • Craig Munro
  • English
  • 10 February 2020
  • 9781925106756

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Under Cover õ Craig Munro Under Cover is a treasure trove of Australian publishing history from the first meeting between editor Craig Munro and the advertising copywriter cum author Peter Carey to the establishment of awards and a publishing department for Indigenous authorsLike many both inside and outside the publishing industry Munro laments the after effect of the GFC where a tightening of budgets meant less artistic leadership a

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Under Cover õ Craig Munro A fascinating personal history of Australia's publishing industry in its fledgling to peak years Peer over the author's shoulder as he wanders back through the careers of Peter Carey Olga Masters and the inimitable Barbara Hanrahan An important record of Australia's literary scene from a uiet but key player

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Under Cover

READ Under Cover DOWNLOAD Ñ Under Cover A candid insightful memoir by one of Australia’s foremost editors who worked with many of the country’s finest writersIt started in 1971 when Craig Munro was a young editor at the University of ueensland Press with just a typewriter and a thumbed copy of the Chicago Manual of Style on his desk Over the next two decades Munro became involved in an invigoration of Australian writing and publishing with University of ueensland Press at its centreAfter spotting Peter Carey’s work in an indie magazin. I bought this book kind of by accident It was set for one of my university subjects but then once semester started our unit coordinator told us that actually we didn t have to buy or read it Since I d paid for it I figured that of course I d read it So I did I must admit that reading it at the beginning was a bit of a slog but that s mostly because I wasn t used to the format style and content of non fiction books Before this year I pretty much exclusively read fiction I ve since widened by borders and really enjoyed doing so and as I read Under Cover I adapted to the style and was able to speed up my reading pace though I had to put it on hold for a while because I had to read other books for university Eventually I got around to reading this one every day and I felt so connected to Munro and his journey I felt the wistfulness and regret underlying the story and related to many of the things he writes about being a writer myself However my feeling upon turning the final page was kind of so what What am I supposed to feel learn or remember Or was it just about going along for the rideAfter about 200 pages of slow methodical narration the last few chapters felt rushed not as thought through and almost incomplete All of those feelings of closeness and empathy with the author dissolved and I was left with a lot of uestions I m not sure if I should realise what the moral of this story is memoir follows many conventions of fiction so really we should see an identifiable message or lesson For a memoir this book lacks creative techniues The whole novel felt to me like an account very neutral very objective The writing style is very refined but doesn t jump off the page What I enjoyed most was probably the events of the book rather than the way in which it was written Being a fan of literary fiction style is very important to me Overall I like this book and I connected to elements of it I probably wouldn t recommend it to anyone but it s interesting and I don t regret reading ithttpssvetlanasterlinwixsitecombhttpswwwinstagramcomsvetlanastehttpswwwfacebookcompoemsbysvet

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READ Under Cover DOWNLOAD Ñ Under Cover E Munro edited Carey’s debut The Fat Man in History He went on to publish several of Carey’s award winning novels edited David Malouf’s classic work Johnno and helped to bring about UP’s Indigenous publishing list Munro championed Olga Masters and Barbara Hanrahan edited a young Murray Bail and became firm friends with Top of the Lake scriptwriters Gerard Lee and Jane Campion Over his long career he also encountered an irascible Xavier Herbert hardworking journalist Hugh Lunn raconteur Herb Wh. As a relatively new freelance editor I enjoyed reading about the career of an experienced Australian editor with insights into the Australian publishing industry and the stories behind well known authors and booksAs to be expected it is clearly written with just the right level of detail in the right place I ll be hunting down a few of the books mentioned and there s a helpful further reading listThanks Craig for giving authors and others an idea about what editors do

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READ Under Cover DOWNLOAD Ñ Under Cover Arton master storyteller Elizabeth Jolley and then emerging talent Kate Grenville Just as importantly Munro mentored and trained passionate editors who are today well known agents editors and publishersWith humour insight and warmth Munro recounts arguably the most daring innovative and well funded period that Australian publishing has ever witnessed Like Other People’s Words by Hilary McPhee Under Cover is essential reading for all those who love books and cherish Australia’s uniue literary cultu. AN interesting behind the scenes journey through Australian publishing see my review at