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The Saturday Paper is a quality weekly newspaper, dedicated to narrative journalism. It offers the biggest names and best writing in news, culture, and analysis, with a particular focus on Australia.
The Saturday Paper is a quality weekly newspaper, dedicated to narrative journalism. It offers the biggest names and best writing in news, culture, and analysis, with a particular focus on Australia.

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This week's Pryor...
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Today's front page: 'I am Imran'. https://satpa.pe/thesa3b3bc
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This week's Pryor...
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Today's front page: "It's gotten worse... They think it's funny". https://satpa.pe/thesa3b3bc
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Dejen “DJ” Gebreselassie on his journey from a Sudanese refugee camp to competing against Olympians: “I always say, even if you can’t see your talent, someone else can.” http://satpa.pe/keepfdfdb
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Gadfly on rock-star lawyer Michael Kirby, and how four is the magic number. http://satpa.pe/madem7e7cf
Gadfly: Diary of a made man
Gadfly: Diary of a made man
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Annie Smithers on two of the best examples of the magical relationship between flesh, salt and fat: duck confit and ventrèche. http://satpa.pe/duckcefe75
Duck confit and ventrèche
Duck confit and ventrèche
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Helen Razer on Joan Didion, using stories as political tools and why The Handmaid’s Tale is a mess. http://satpa.pe/theha8569a
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
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.@patrick_pittman on the sounds of the Canadian wilderness, and a journey of healing. Travel: Silence and healing along the shores of Lake Superior. http://satpa.pe/canada8c53
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Ali Whitelock’s ‘and my heart crumples like a coke can’, the poet visits a “very high-brow bookstore” where the staff “have degrees and phds” and “do not say hello to you / or be nice to you because they are very / intellectual”. http://satpa.pe/andmy3f377
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