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'Melbourne has long been known as a city of gardens, football and the arts. Now, the literary world wants to cement its place as an internationally renowned city of books to join the network of UNESCO Creative Cities.' Source: The Age 27 June, 2007.

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  • The Melbourne bid steering committee: Eric Beecher, publisher, news website Crikey (chairman); Joel Becker, director, Victorian Writers' Centre; Tom Bentley, executive director, policy and cabinet, Department of Premier and Cabinet; Grant Caldwell, board member, Australian Poetry Centre; Rosemary Cameron, director/CEO, The Age Melbourne Writers' Festival; Morris Gleitzman, author; Sandy Grant, CEO, Hardie Grant Publishing; Penny Hutchinson, director, Arts Victoria; Kirsty Murray, author; David Pitchford, CEO, City of Melbourne; Mark Rubbo, director, Readings Books and Music; Anne-Marie Schwirtlich, CEO, State Library of Victoria; Bob Sessions, publishing director, Penguin Group (Australia); Rohini Sharma, artistic director, Express Media; Carrie Tiffany, author; Michael Webster, senior lecturer, RMIT and Principal Consultant, Nielsen BookScan.

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    y The Age 27 June 2007 Z1406844 2007 newspaper issue 2007 pg. 13
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    United Kingdom (UK),
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    Western Europe, Europe,
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    Iran,
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    Middle East, Asia,
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