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'Each year the UTS Writers’ Anthology showcases the best work from one of Australia’s most prestigious writing programs. This year’s anthology includes prose, fiction, poetry and screenplays from talented emerging writers.'(Publication summary)

Notes

  • This anthology includes prose, fiction, poetry and screenplays from talented emerging writers including Christine Afoa, Ruth Armstrong, Sara Borman, Sally Breen, Alex Bulahoff, Shana Chandra, Daniel Comensoli, Olivia Costa, Daniel Date, Mark Gerts, Shoshana Gottlieb, Echo He, Sydney Khoo, ZA Knowles, Sam McAlpine, Helen Meany, David Naylor, Joseph Schwarzkopf, Amy Shapiro, Jack Cameron Stanton, EM Tasker and Tanya Vavilova.

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    • Sydney, New South Wales,: Brio Books , 2018 .
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      • Published: 1st June 2018
         

      ISBN: 9781925589627

Works about this Work

Light Borrowers: UTS Writers’ Anthology 2018 Reviewed by Beejay Silcox Beejay Silcox , 2019 single work review
— Appears in: Mascara Literary Review , March no. 23 2019;

— Review of Light Borrowers : UTS Writers' Anthology 2018 2018 anthology poetry short story

'“In the beginning, it was just us and the words,” writes University of Technology Sydney (UTS) student –and writer – EM Tasker. “We sang them into being, and they existed only in our minds. They reproduced by passing from the lips of one person to the ears of another. But that meant they could only reproduce when people gathered. That was until Writing joined the relationship. The resulting ménage à trois was wildly successful.” (171)'  (Introduction)

Various : Light Borrowers : UTS Writers’ Anthology 2018 CR , 2018 single work review
— Appears in: The Saturday Paper , 7-13 July 2018;

'The UTS Writers’ Anthology sits on an interesting precipice, one no less interesting because it sits there with such grace and style. On the one hand, it’s the outcome of a learning and teaching project; the yearly editorial committee is composed of UTS students, who spend six months building the anthology from submissions from student writers. On the other hand, it’s published by Xoum, a commercial publisher, now trading as Brio. Hence it puts a learning and teaching product in a commercial space.' (Introduction)

Light Borrowers: UTS Writers’ Anthology 2018 Reviewed by Beejay Silcox Beejay Silcox , 2019 single work review
— Appears in: Mascara Literary Review , March no. 23 2019;

— Review of Light Borrowers : UTS Writers' Anthology 2018 2018 anthology poetry short story

'“In the beginning, it was just us and the words,” writes University of Technology Sydney (UTS) student –and writer – EM Tasker. “We sang them into being, and they existed only in our minds. They reproduced by passing from the lips of one person to the ears of another. But that meant they could only reproduce when people gathered. That was until Writing joined the relationship. The resulting ménage à trois was wildly successful.” (171)'  (Introduction)

Various : Light Borrowers : UTS Writers’ Anthology 2018 CR , 2018 single work review
— Appears in: The Saturday Paper , 7-13 July 2018;

'The UTS Writers’ Anthology sits on an interesting precipice, one no less interesting because it sits there with such grace and style. On the one hand, it’s the outcome of a learning and teaching project; the yearly editorial committee is composed of UTS students, who spend six months building the anthology from submissions from student writers. On the other hand, it’s published by Xoum, a commercial publisher, now trading as Brio. Hence it puts a learning and teaching product in a commercial space.' (Introduction)

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