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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 These Are the Photographs We Take
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    y separately published work icon Growing up Asian in Australia Alice Pung (editor), Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2008 Z1496451 2008 anthology autobiography short story poetry interview extract (taught in 4 units) 'This is an anthology of writing about what it is really like to grow up Asian-Australian. Including contributions from established writers, public figures and exciting new talents, this diverse and unpredictable collection throws out the cliches and takes readers behind the stereotypes.' (Publisher's blurb) Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2008 pg. 302-315
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    y separately published work icon Culture Is ... : Australian Stories Across Cultures, An Anthology Anne-Marie Smith (editor), Kent Town : Wakefield Press , 2008 Z1541103 2008 anthology short story poetry prose autobiography drama 'An initiative of the Multicultural Writers Association of Australia, Culture Is ... is a collection of vivid storytelling by established and emerging writers from around Australia, with a notable proportion of work from Indigenous Australians, South Australian, non-metropolitan writers, and women. Emerging writers are represented in the 45 selected pieces, which cover a range of authors from different linguistic origins. The 22 prose works, juxtaposed with 23 poems, have subtle contrasts and parallels. [...] Significantly, several poems are bilingual and have been either translated from English into the author's mother tongue or were written in a language other than English, then translated. These include poems in Chinese, Italian, Slovene and Spanish.' -- Publisher's media release. Kent Town : Wakefield Press , 2008 pg. 136-150
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