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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Muslim Footprint
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    y separately published work icon Coming of Age : Growing Up Muslim in Australia Amra Pajalić (editor), Demet Divaroren (editor), Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2014 6740732 2014 anthology autobiography young adult

    'Muslim people in Australia come from over seventy countries and represent a wide variety of cultural backgrounds and experiences. Yet we are constantly bombarded by media stories feeding one negative stereotype. What is it really like to grow up Muslim in Australia? In this book, famous and not-so-famous Muslim-Australians tell their stories in their own voices.

    'The migrant, the convert, the participant in an arranged marriage - these are all familiar images associated with Muslim people. But delve deeper and there are many other stories: the young female boxer entering the ring for her first professional bout; a ten year old boy who renounces religion; a young woman struggling to reconcile her sexual identity with her faith. These honest and heartfelt stories will resonate with all readers, providing different snapshots of Muslim life in Australia, dispelling myths and stereotypes, and above all celebrating diversity, achievement, courage and determination.' (Publisher's blurb)

    Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2014
    pg. 81-92
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Where the Shoreline Used to Be : An Anthology from Australia and Beyond Susan La Marca (editor), Pam Macintyre (editor), Melbourne : Penguin , 2016 8971812 2016 anthology poetry short story

    'A diverse collection of poetry, short stories, song lyrics, novel extracts and illustrations from some of the most important creators today.

    'This anthology for upper high school students follows on from the success of the collection Things a Map Won't Show You, which was aimed at younger readers. Susan La Marca and Pam Macintyre have gathered an exciting mix of original and pre-published works that cover themes of Indigenous issues, friendship, migrants in Australia, environmental impact, dystopia, sci-fi adventure and death.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Melbourne : Penguin , 2016
    pg. 49
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