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'‘Books, like lovers or friends, mark and change us. And we, in turn, mark and change them.’ Melbourne novelist CATH CROWLEY writes about her longtime love of secondhand bookshops, and how the histories she found and imagined there led her to write Words in Deep Blue.'

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    y separately published work icon Good Reading September 2016 10217296 2016 periodical issue 2016 pg. 18-19
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