Johnny Cake Days single work   short story  
Issue Details: First known date: 1994 1994
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  • Appears in:
    y Australian Short Stories no. 46 1994 Z622030 1994 periodical issue 1994 pg. 5-15
    Note: With a photo by John Clark.
  • Appears in:
    y Fabulous at Fifty : Fifty of the Best from Australian Short Stories Bruce Pascoe (editor), Lyn Harwood (editor), Apollo Bay : Pascoe Publishing , 1995 Z462413 1995 anthology short story extract autobiography Apollo Bay : Pascoe Publishing , 1995 pg. 219-229
  • Appears in:
    y Wathaurong : Too Bloody Strong : Stories and Life Journeys of People from Wathaurong Bruce Pascoe (editor), Apollo Bay : Pascoe Publishing , 1997 Z1158224 1997 anthology autobiography biography poetry short story

    'Stolen children, stolen land, stolen freedom. Enough to break the spirit but that's what these people have got, they're Too Bloody Strong to go under. The proud cry of survival is in all these stories and you can read the future in them too, because the Wathaurong people of South-West Victoria will be here while there's air to breathe. From making baskets to building fences, from nursing to law, in education and art, the Wathaurong are preparing for the brand new day when the sun rises over a land of equality, not the same land as 200 years ago but a better land than today.' (Publishers Blurb)

    Apollo Bay : Pascoe Publishing , 1997
    pg. 30-42
  • Appears in:
    y The Penguin Century of Australian Stories Carmel Bird (editor), Ringwood : Viking , 2000 Z290212 2000 anthology short story Ringwood : Viking , 2000 pg. 141-152
  • Appears in:
    y Across Country : Stories from Aboriginal Australia Kerry Davies (editor), Sydney : ABC Books , 1998 Z24479 1998 anthology short story

    'Collection of stories by Aboriginal people from across Australia, dealing with topics such as coming to terms with the past, coping with racism, relationships, childhood, work and the future. Contributors include Beatrice Ballangarry, John Clark, Bruce Pascoe and Janice Slater.' (Source: Google Books website)

    Sydney : ABC Books , 1998
    pg. 54-66
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