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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 The Literature Centre : An Interview with Lesley Reece
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'How did the Literature Centre start? It’s a very long convoluted story. I went to live in Ireland in 1987, when my husband, Bob, was the first professor of Australian History in Dublin. With no working visa and three young children, I decided I would steep myself in Irish Children’s literature. To my horror, I couldn’t find many Irish Children’s Books. There were no libraries in schools, just a little bookshelf at the back of each classroom. There were no children’s bookshops, there were no children’s metro libraries and no teacher librarians. ' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Westerly Flux; Online Special Issue no. 4 Katie McAllister (editor), 2017 12578522 2017 periodical issue

    'It’s easy to label people or things to move a conversation along. Appropriate adjectives to truly capture the essence of someone are hard to come by. Agreeing on what these adjectives mean can be even trickier.' (Editorial introduction)

    2017
    pg. 19-24
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