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    y separately published work icon Australian Love Stories Cate Kennedy (editor), Carlton South : Inkerman and Blunt , 2014 7561154 2014 anthology short story

    'Between these covers there are imaginary lovers, unattainable lovers, star-crossed lovers and predestined lovers. There is straight love, same sex love and some very curious love.

    '…And, Love’s attendants—cupid, lust, obsession, and betrayal—dance through this volume that contributes to the growing tradition of Australian love.

    'This brand new collection on love from Inkerman & Blunt is a beautiful companion to Australian Love Poems. Edited by Australia’s most respected short story writer, and well loved poet and novelist, Cate Kennedy. The book features stories from award winning local writers who are recognised nationally and internationally such as Bruce Pascoe, Jon Bauer, David Francis, Carmel Bird, Lisa Jacobson, Irma Gold, Tony Birch. There are stories from a host of new voices and renowned writers such as Catherine Cole, Leah Swan, Catherine Bateson and Susan Midalia.' (Publication summary)

    Carlton South : Inkerman and Blunt , 2014
    pg. 179-186
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    y separately published work icon Feet to the Stars : And Other Stories Susan Midalia , Crawley : UWA Publishing , 2015 8523629 2015 selected work short story

    'Feet to the Stars, Susan Midalia’s third collection of short stories, offers keenly observed details about everyday life expressed with pathos, tenderness and bracing wit.

    'Subtly rendered and emotionally engaging, these stories speak of the transformative capacities of the heart and mind, and of the ways we affect each other, sometimes unwittingly and often profoundly. They offer us the pleasure of listening to different voices, and the satisfaction of careful crafting and evocative prose.' (Publication Summary)

    Crawley : UWA Publishing , 2015
    pg. 20-27
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