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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 The Process of Genre: Authors, Readers, Institutions
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Kim Wilkins looks at the question of genre noting that '...genres are not static, ahistorical categories. Rather, genres are processes.' Wilkins uses as an example her own novel Giants of the Frost (2004) which 'was positioned and re-positioned in terms of genre: via my own intentions, via reader reception and via institutional influences (e.g. the university, my publishers, the media, booksellers).'

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    y separately published work icon TEXT : The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs vol. 9 no. 2 October 2005 Z1286420 2005 periodical issue This issue of TEXT substantiates the fact that 'much of the work ... undertake[n] as creative writers is research' ... 'and adds to the body of knowledge about writers, writing and research.'- Editorial 2005
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