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Essays based on contributions to the annual Woodford Forum, held as part of the Woodford Festival, Woodford, Queensland. Some of Australia's finest writers range through vast territory exploring new directions in film and media, enigmas and creativity, histories of mothering, narratives of indigenous and migrant experience, folk, country and multicultural music traditions, and dilemmas of interpretation. -- Libraries Australia

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  • Number 2 of the Symposia series

    Contents partially indexed

    Inpsired by the annual Woodford Forum

Contents

* Contents derived from the St Lucia, Indooroopilly - St Lucia area, Brisbane - North West, Brisbane, Queensland,:University of Queensland Press , 2001 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Enigmas of Story, Ffion Murphy , single work criticism (p. 1-22)
Travelling Asia : Home and Away, David Robert Walker , single work criticism (p. 87-98)
'Wogspeak' : Transformations of Australian English, Jane Warren , single work criticism (p. 118-133)
Prospectus for the Next Life Story of Tom Roberts (But Not by Me), Humphrey McQueen , single work criticism (p. 201-215)
Writing from Life, Jay Verney , single work criticism biography (p. 216-222)
Kathy Come Home : The Dubious Cartographies of a Young Novelist, Richard Nile , single work criticism (p. 223-232)
Writing Someone/Somewhere Else, Bronwen Levy , single work criticism (p. 233-240)
The History of the Future, John Salter , single work criticism (p. 251-262)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

Untitled Donna Lee Brien , 2003 single work review
— Appears in: Dotlit : The Online Journal of Creative Writing , August vol. 4 no. 1 2003;

— Review of Story / Telling 2001 anthology criticism ; Journal of Australian Studies no. 67 2001 periodical issue
To Whom It May Concern? Melissa Ashley , 2001 single work review
— Appears in: Social Alternatives , August vol. 20 no. 3 2001; (p. 56-58)

— Review of High Tide Vera Newsom , 2000 selected work poetry ; Watermelon Baby Lesley Walter , 2000 selected work poetry ; Story / Telling 2001 anthology criticism ; To Whom It May Concern : And Other Plays Daniel Keene , 2000 selected work drama
[Review] Story/telling: The Woodford Forum Win Fahey , 2001 single work review
— Appears in: Queensland Review , May vol. 8 no. 1 2001; (p. 93-95)

— Review of Story / Telling 2001 anthology criticism
'This essay collection poses questions about story: what are our stories, how are they 'told', who tells them and how are they used? The writers explore the narratives by which we construct and realise our individual and collective identities. Stories can be shared to build and nourish relationships between individuals and groups and between generations. Stories can be lost and found. They can also be ignored, marginalised, hidden, stolen or silenced. We are involved in discovering and shaping our own cultural identities. What past and present stories will we remember, research, collect and preserve? What new stories will we create for changing times?' (Introduction)
[Review] Story/telling: The Woodford Forum Win Fahey , 2001 single work review
— Appears in: Queensland Review , May vol. 8 no. 1 2001; (p. 93-95)

— Review of Story / Telling 2001 anthology criticism
'This essay collection poses questions about story: what are our stories, how are they 'told', who tells them and how are they used? The writers explore the narratives by which we construct and realise our individual and collective identities. Stories can be shared to build and nourish relationships between individuals and groups and between generations. Stories can be lost and found. They can also be ignored, marginalised, hidden, stolen or silenced. We are involved in discovering and shaping our own cultural identities. What past and present stories will we remember, research, collect and preserve? What new stories will we create for changing times?' (Introduction)
To Whom It May Concern? Melissa Ashley , 2001 single work review
— Appears in: Social Alternatives , August vol. 20 no. 3 2001; (p. 56-58)

— Review of High Tide Vera Newsom , 2000 selected work poetry ; Watermelon Baby Lesley Walter , 2000 selected work poetry ; Story / Telling 2001 anthology criticism ; To Whom It May Concern : And Other Plays Daniel Keene , 2000 selected work drama
Untitled Donna Lee Brien , 2003 single work review
— Appears in: Dotlit : The Online Journal of Creative Writing , August vol. 4 no. 1 2003;

— Review of Story / Telling 2001 anthology criticism ; Journal of Australian Studies no. 67 2001 periodical issue
[Review] Story/telling: The Woodford Forum Win Fahey , 2001 single work review
— Appears in: Queensland Review , May vol. 8 no. 1 2001; (p. 93-95)

— Review of Story / Telling 2001 anthology criticism
'This essay collection poses questions about story: what are our stories, how are they 'told', who tells them and how are they used? The writers explore the narratives by which we construct and realise our individual and collective identities. Stories can be shared to build and nourish relationships between individuals and groups and between generations. Stories can be lost and found. They can also be ignored, marginalised, hidden, stolen or silenced. We are involved in discovering and shaping our own cultural identities. What past and present stories will we remember, research, collect and preserve? What new stories will we create for changing times?' (Introduction)
[Review] Story/telling: The Woodford Forum Win Fahey , 2001 single work review
— Appears in: Queensland Review , May vol. 8 no. 1 2001; (p. 93-95)

— Review of Story / Telling 2001 anthology criticism
'This essay collection poses questions about story: what are our stories, how are they 'told', who tells them and how are they used? The writers explore the narratives by which we construct and realise our individual and collective identities. Stories can be shared to build and nourish relationships between individuals and groups and between generations. Stories can be lost and found. They can also be ignored, marginalised, hidden, stolen or silenced. We are involved in discovering and shaping our own cultural identities. What past and present stories will we remember, research, collect and preserve? What new stories will we create for changing times?' (Introduction)
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