Buttercup and Wendy single work   short story  
Issue Details: First known date: 1986... 1986 Buttercup and Wendy
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  • Appears in:
    y Australian Short Stories no. 16 1986 Z1181914 1986 periodical issue 1986 pg. 17-20
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    y The Woodpecker Toy Fact and Other Stories Carmel Bird , Fitzroy Ringwood : McPhee Gribble Penguin , 1987 Z364855 1987 selected work short story To read these stories is to look into a kaleidoscope - or a peepshow where, against bright backdrops, people and their passions shift and slide with a mysterious dark daring. (Souce: back cover, 1987 edition) Fitzroy Ringwood : McPhee Gribble Penguin , 1987 pg. 49-55
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    y The Babe Is Wise : Contemporary Stories by Australian Women Lyn Harwood (editor), Bruce Pascoe (editor), Paula White (editor), Fairfield : Pascoe Publishing , 1987 Z400466 1987 anthology short story extract autobiography Fairfield : Pascoe Publishing , 1987 pg. 241-246
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    y Woodpecker Point and Other Stories Carmel Bird , New York (City) : A New Directions Book , 1988 Z284128 1988 selected work short story This collection of short stories about everyday life hint at the ominous as they skate a fine line between the mundane and the fantastic and familiar images become startling icons. (Source: Copac) New York (City) : A New Directions Book , 1988 pg. 51-56
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    y Portfolio vol. 4 no. 4 January-February 1988 Z633922 1988 periodical issue 1988 pg. 99-101
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    y The Essential Bird Carmel Bird , London Sydney : Fourth Estate , 2005 Z1190499 2005 selected work short story essay biography prose

    Enter the world of a murdered socialite, be consumed by rural madness, be ignited by the longings of an obsessive optometrist, engrossed by unorthodox book-binding, and moved by a heartbreaking meditation on the Oklahoma bombings. With its bewitching language, full of subtle harmonies and rhythms, The Essential Bird takes the reader on a voyage that delights, amazes and fascinates. Carmel Bird weaves fact, fantasy and history into a shimmering fabric of fiction that creates a world of hyper-reality both tender and profound. (Source: back cover)

    London Sydney : Fourth Estate , 2005
    pg. 209-215
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  • Kew, Camberwell - Kew area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria,
  • Tasmania,
  • 1950s
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