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Me My Shelf I : Nick Earls single work   interview  
Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Me My Shelf I : Nick Earls
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'Born in Northern Ireland, Nick Earls was nine years old when he emigrated to Australia. He started his working life as a doctor, but the prestige of that career paled in comparison to the thrill of making a living as a writer. The author of Zigzag Street and Analogue Men, he is now in the process of publishing a series of five novellas called ‘Wisdom Tree’. The third in the series, Vancouver, is out this month. We asked Nick to tell us about the books that formed him into the person he is now.'

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    y separately published work icon Good Reading July 2016 9780270 2016 periodical issue 2016 pg. 12-14
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