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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Ashley Hay
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'This is not so much a letter to a fork in a road as a letter from the fork in one. actually, it's a letter to this guy I walk past most days at around 2 quarter to three in the afternoon, at the spot where Fairfield Road branches into several distinct bands of footpath and bikepath, and other parallel roads altogether. It's always looked to me like a magical splitting point into other ways and places of being. ' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Signed, Sealed, Delivered : From Women of Letters Michaela McGuire (editor), Marieke Hardy (editor), Docklands : Viking , 2016 10475585 2016 anthology correspondence

    'The beautiful art of letter writing is still the best way to connect, to express a thought or a feeling. In this all-new anthology, Australia’s queens of correspondence Marieke Hardy and Michaela McGuire have engaged our finest, sharpest minds to pen missives of courage and humour and wisdom. Collected from the hugely popular live Women of Letters salons,Signed, Sealed, Delivered gives an entertaining and heartfelt insight into some of our brightest Australian stars.

    'All royalties for this book will go to Edgar's Mission animal rescue shelter.' (Publication summary)

    Docklands : Viking , 2016
    pg. 161-165
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