The Short Stories Of Laurie Clancy single work   criticism  
Issue Details: First known date: 2014 2014
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'At his death, on 16 July 2010, Laurie Clancy left a folder of 100 stories, maybe to see what posterity would make of them. This contained unpublished material, besides pieces that had appeared in newspapers, magazines and journals. There were also copies of the 57 stories that had been published in his three collections of short fiction. These were The Wife Specialist (1979) (its title from the first story by Clancy to be published—in Westerly in 1971), City and Country (1989) and Loyalties (2007). Now there is a fourth gathering, Jovial Harbinger of Doom: Selected Stories by Laurie Clancy. These have been ‘selected and edited’ by his friend and former La Trobe University colleague, Richard Freadman. ' (Author's introduction)(error - no result found)

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    y JASAL Man of Many Letters : Essays On Laurie Clancy And His Work vol. 14 no. 4 2014 8240672 2014 periodical issue 2014
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