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Sandra Burr Sandra Burr i(A80421 works by)
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'Sandra Burr was an honorary academic at the University of Canberra where she taught creative writing, and creative/cultural research. She was on the editorial board of the journal Axon: Creative Explorations and Project Manager for the Australian government Office of Learning and Teaching-funded Examination of Doctoral Degrees in Creative Arts: process, practice and standards. The holder of a PhD in creative writing, Sandra was a member of the Centre for Creative and Cultural Research at the University of Canberra, and managed the ARC-funded project Understanding Creative Excellence: A Case Study in Poetry. She was also a longstanding member of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs and had been a key part of the committee organising two of their annual conferences. Her research interests focused on the cross-disciplinary field of human-animal relations.' (Source: TEXT Special issue 27, Creative Writing as Research III, October 2014 eds Nigel Krauth, Donna Lee Brien, Ross Watkins and Anthony Lawrence)

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2003 winner Muse/University of Canberra Review Competition For a review of The Rose Leopard (2003) published in Muse No. 236 February 2004.
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