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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Loss
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First known date: 1999
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Oyster Grit : Experiences of Women with Disabilities Armadale : Victorian Women With Disabilities Network , 2000 Z1529478 2000 anthology autobiography

    'Each and every person has a unique life experience. Here we have a collection of stories of girls and women, who deal with disability in extraordinary ways.

    Courage and determination in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds have resulted in lives encompassing value, creativity, success and happiness. Experiences, some spanning many years, are described with laconic humour and Australian understatement.

    This is our heritage for others to build on.' -- Back cover.

    Armadale : Victorian Women With Disabilities Network , 2000
    pg. 79-81
    Note: In this publication, 'Loss' appears in prose format.
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon StreetWrites Survivors Poetry Seattle : 2002 Z1529452 2002 website Amercian website 'dedicated to a particular theme: surviving abuse. ... In creativity is our heart and our strength. Life isn't what happens to you; life is what you create for yourself -- and here are some of the people who have begun transforming what has happened to them into new visions.' Includes work by Australian writers. Seattle : 2002
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Homeless Writers : Making the Invisible Visible Z1455577 2000 website

    'Homeless Writers' was conceived and created as 'Virtual Reality : Homeless Writers' and launched during the 2000 Melbourne Fringe Festival.

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