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'With TEXT taking an increasingly international role, and with the number [of] submissions it receives multiplying, [the editors] suggest that there is a place for another Australian journal or for occasional collections of readings generated at grass roots level from individual or collective writing schools.' (The Authors)
'In this paper Claire Woods discusses the complexities she is discovering as she constructs a biographical narrative of her parents' lives, as an accompaniment to the editing of their letters and diaries - with the overlay of historical research because it is a narrative set during the two World Wars and draws on the primary artefacts as well as secondary sources.' ([Editors'] abstract)
'This paper addresses issues arising from working through the process of turning a manuscript ... [The Girl's Guide to Work and Life: How to Create the Life You Want (Brien & Brady, 2004)] originally written for an Australian readership into one suitable for international sales and distribution'. (Authors' introduction)
'In the following, I will discuss the shifting boundaries of the creative writer, and briefly summarise some of the developments which have been taking place in writing in the digital era. I will then talk about the way new technologies have shaped my own creative direction. ' (Author's introduction)