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'This special issue of TEXT explores issues related to identity, politics and creative writing from the perspective of creative writers and creative writing academics. The question of who can speak and what stories can be told is central to any discussion of contemporary writing and writers, and to the literary industry including publishing, reviewing, awards and education.'  (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon TEXT Special Issue Website Series Identity, Politics and Creative Writing no. 53 October 2018 15271841 2018 periodical issue

    'This special issue of TEXT explores issues related to identity, politics and creative writing from the perspective of creative writers and creative writing academics. The question of who can speak and what stories can be told is central to any discussion of contemporary writing and writers, and to the literary industry including publishing, reviewing, awards and education.' (Natalie Kon-yu and Enza Gandolfo : Introduction)

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