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Issue Details: First known date: 2002... 2002 A Refugee
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon AIR!, Australia Is Refugees : Winning Essays and Stories 2002 Eva Sallis (editor), Heather Millar (editor), Fitzroy North : Australians Against Racism , 2002 Z1149809 2002 anthology autobiography biography column essay Winning essays and stories from the Australians Against Racism Young Writers Competition, 2002. Includes judges' reports and a complete list of the winning and highly commended writers. Fitzroy North : Australians Against Racism , 2002 pg. 8-9, 25
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    y separately published work icon Dark Dreams : Australian Refugee Stories Sonja Dechian (editor), Heather Millar (editor), Eva Sallis (editor), Kent Town : Wakefield Press , 2004 Z1101471 2004 anthology autobiography biography essay poetry

    'Dark Dreams: Australian refugee stories is a unique anthology of essays, interviews, and stories written by children and young adults. The stories are the finest of hundreds collected through a nationwide schools competition in 2002. The essays and stories represent many different countries and themes. Some focus on survival, some on horrors, some on the experiences and alienation of a new world. This book will have a a key role to play in schools across Australia. Eva Sallis's first novel Hiam won The Australian Vogel and the Dobbie Literary Awards. She is co-founder of Australians Against Racism and is a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide. 'Stories to melt the hardest heart.' - Helen Garner 'We have not been allowed to know the (recent) refugees as human beings ...These stories change all that and force a personal response from the reader.' - Phillip Adams' (Publication summary)

    Kent Town : Wakefield Press , 2004
    pg. 83-91

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