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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Kyra-Kalli's Daughter
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    y separately published work icon Mothers from the Edge : An Anthology Helen Nickas (editor), Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2006 Z1349339 2006 anthology prose short story autobiography biography drama Mothers from the Edge is an antipodean anthology about mothers and daughters, consisting of (auto)biographical fiction, fictionalised (auto)biography, memoirs, short stories, plays. These are all new works by twenty-eight women writers in Australia, with a Greek background, or connection. What they all share is the mother-daughter bond, interwoven with the common thread of migration. What they all show is that the pleasure and pain associated with having two (or more) cultures in their life is profoundly challenging and enriching. (Back cover.) Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2006 pg. 146-158
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    y separately published work icon Expatriates : Contemporary Australian Tales Vasso Kalamaras , Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2011 Z1838527 2011 selected work short story Expatriates: Contemporary Australian Tales is a collection of fictional short stories reflecting the migrant experience in all its manifestations. In particular, most of the stories depict migrants who live isolated lives in farms in Western Australia during the post-war period, when mass migration occurred from countries in Southern Europe. The author, being an immigrant herself, conveys this experience with authenticity, giving voice to the voiceless, who would not have been able to write their own stories. As with the author's previous collections Other Earth, Bitterness and The Same Light, these stories, too, are characterised by gritty realism but also great lyricism. Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2011 pg. 103-116
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