Jane Sullivan is Critic of the Month

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June–July 2014, no. 362

Jane Sullivan is Critic of the Month

Reviewed by
June–July 2014, no. 362

When did you first write for ABR?

September 1991.

Which critics most impress you?

As a journalist, I have been constantly thrown in the deep end and expected to review everything from books to shows to films to restaurants. I still admire some classic figures I idolised when I was starting out in England and didn’t know much about anything: Kenneth Tynan on theatre; Pauline Kael on film; Clive James on television. More recently, James Wood on literature. And many Australians!

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