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Howl: An interview with Warren Ellis

Mark Mordue, The Sun-Herald, 10 January 2010

WHEN THE American author Mark Twain visited a Victorian gold mining town back in 1885, he was inspired to write: "It was as if the name BALLARAT had suddenly been written in the sky, where all the world could read it at once."

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