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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Silva's Fury
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Do Nuns Wear Knickers? : True Stories of School Life and What We Really Learned Kari O'Gorman (editor), Lower Templestowe : Melaleuca Blue Publishing , 2016 9358607 2016 anthology autobiography

    'A collection of school memories from award winning Australian writers expressing the joy, pain, humiliation and humor of growing up at school from the 1940s to the current century. Discover why nobody uses surfboards, how to bust your teeth on a piece of fabric, what really happens on school camp, how ink wells help beat boredom, the thrill of certain library books, how coins leave callouses, why rah rahs and loose bras are dangerous, how to know when to retire as a teacher, and whether or not nuns really do wear knickers.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Lower Templestowe : Melaleuca Blue Publishing , 2016
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    y separately published work icon Award Winning Australian Writing 2016 Chloe Brien (editor), Melbourne : Melbourne Books , 2016 9862893 2016 anthology poetry short story

    'The ninth edition of Award Winning Australian Writing (AWAW) continues its commitment to showcasing the best short stories and poems that have won competitions around the country. The collection features over fifty writers and awards, and includes a foreword by Sam Cooney, writer, editor, lecturer, tutor and publisher of The Lifted Brow. Many prominent emerging writers are featured in this year’s anthology, including David Campbell, Jacqui Merckenschlager, and Jessica Yu, who appeared as a panellist at the 2016 Emerging Writers’ Festival. As always, the anthology features extensive national representation, with awards from every state and territory in Australia' (Publication summary)

    Melbourne : Melbourne Books , 2016
    pg. 189-195
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