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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Epithelial
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    y separately published work icon Grieve : Stories and Poems about Grief and Loss: Volume Seven Hunter Writers' Centre , Newcastle : Hunter Writers' Centre , 2019 18312383 2019 anthology poetry 'It will remain the single most devastating day of my life. But without the helpers, it would have been so much worse.People helped me that day in ways that they probably won’t ever know. Their kindness carried me through the darkness. Total strangers. I remember them every day; it replays in my mind like clockwork. I wonder if they remember me. If they know what they did for me that day. I wonder what their names were.From 'Helpers' by Kate Littlejohn, winner, 2019 Grieve Writing Competition. (Publication summary) Newcastle : Hunter Writers' Centre , 2019
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