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'Larry Schwartz is a senior writer with Green Guide, The Age's weekly TV and radio section. As a senior writer with the Age he has covered a range of topics, but has written extensively on refugees for the Sunday Age in recent years and has a particular interest in Australia's cultural diversity, arts, music and literature. Author of The Wild Almond Line, a memoir of apartheid-era South Africa published by Allen and Unwin in 2000, he is a migrant who completed degrees in arts and journalism at the Universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch. He previously worked at the Sydney Morning Herald, including a stint as its Melbourne bureau chief, spent a year writing for Good Weekend magazine and worked at the Manly Daily, then Australia's only daily suburban, in Sydney.'

Source: The Age website http://about.theage.com.au/view_profile.asp?intid=926 (accessed 2/10/07)

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