Interview with Sally Rippin single work   interview  
Date: Jul 2012
Issue Details: First known date: 2012 2012
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Sally Rippin discusses writing, travel, difference, and how her training as an artist influences her writing.

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  • This work is affiliated with the AustLit subset Asian-Australian Children's Literature and Publishing because it discusses creative works that have been included in the subset.

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    y Asian-Australian Children's Literature : Interviews with Seven Authors Michelle Dicinoski , Michelle Dicinoski (editor), Queensland University of Technology , 2012 Z1878611 2012 selected work interview 'This collection of interviews brings together seven Australian children's authors whose work has often featured Asian settings, or focused on Asian or Asian-Australian characters. The authors in question—Kirsty Murray, Sally Rippin, Steve Tolbert, Allan Baillie, Gabrielle Wang, Rosanne Hawke, and Christopher Cheng—were each asked several questions about their work, particularly with regard to setting. Some authors were also asked about the relationships between their own experiences of travel or migration and their writing' (Source: overview). Queensland University of Technology , 2012 pg. 9-11
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