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Issue Details: First known date: 2006-2007... 2006-2007 The Seventh Letter
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    y separately published work icon The Bulletin vol. 124 no. 6551 19 December-9 January 2006-2007 Z1341446 2006-2007 periodical issue 2006-2007 pg. 54-57
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    y separately published work icon The Best Australian Stories 2007 Robert Drewe (editor), Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2007 Z1434570 2007 anthology short story extract autobiography Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2007 pg. 285-293
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    y separately published work icon Magic Dirt : The Best of Sean Williams Sean Williams , Russell B. Farr (editor), Greenwood : Ticonderoga Publications , 2008 Z1549726 2008 selected work short story science fiction horror Greenwood : Ticonderoga Publications , 2008 pg. 141-148
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    y separately published work icon Tales for Canterbury : Survival, Hope, Future Cassie Hart (editor), Anna Caro (editor), Random Static , 2011 15254647 2011 anthology short story poetry

    'Survival can be achieved in the face of seemingly impossible odds, hope found in the most unexpected places, and new futures slide into view where once was nothing.

    'Tales for Canterbury is an opportunity for readers everywhere to give support to the people of Christchurch, who have shown resilience and bravery as they work to rebuild their lives and city. This charity anthology features tales by more than two dozen writers from New Zealand and beyond who have generously donated their works.

    'Whilst most of the real writing about the earthquake is still to come, and best undertaken by Cantabrian writers themselves (some of whom we are very pleased to include herein), you will find some apposite themes in these pages. Worlds are shattered and rebuilt. Families determined to stay together. Pieces of the past given new meaning. And the future brings with it things never anticipated.

    'Tales for Canterbury brings you a variety of stories set in past, present, and future times, worlds touched by disaster, magic, and the otherworldly; where everyday truths are explored, and you never know what shape the future might hold. Explore the depths of what it means to be human, escape the real world, and find hope in these pages.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Random Static , 2011
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