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L. L. Woolacott L. L. Woolacott i(A31195 works by) (birth name: Leslie Lovel Woolacott) (a.k.a. L. L. W.)
Also writes as: V. C. West ; Errol Tennant
Born: Established: 1885 Petersham, Marrickville - Camperdown area, Sydney Southern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 1961 Dubbo, Dubbo area, Wellington - Dubbo - Narromine area, Central West NSW, New South Wales,
Gender: Male
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In addition to his drama and fiction writing, L. L. Woolacott was also the editor of a number of Australian literary periodicals, among them Cobbers: A Fortnightly for Young Australians (1926) and the short-lived Flame: A Magazine of Fiction (1936).

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  • M&M incorrectly lists Woolacott's second given name as 'Loval'. (Source: Miller and Macartney, Australian Literature : A Bibliography to 1938 : Extended to 1950, 1956)
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