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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 A Late Netting
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    y separately published work icon One Book Many Brisbanes : Fourth Anthology of Brisbane Stories Brisbane City Council (editor), Brisbane : Brisbane City Council , 2009 Z1601763 2009 anthology short story poetry autobiography This fourth anthology publishes the five winning entries from the 2008 One Book Many Brisbanes competition, alongside five stories and a poem commissioned from well-known authors. Brisbane : Brisbane City Council , 2009 pg. 70-77
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    y separately published work icon The Best Australian Stories 2009 Delia Falconer (editor), Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2009 Z1652008 2009 anthology short story extract (taught in 2 units) 'After searching high and low for the year's outstanding short fiction, Delia Falconer has selected masterful stories from some of the country's best-loved authors and exciting work from the up-and-coming. 'Stories don't have the novel's luxury of great swathes of time, its layerings, its wanderings, its counterpoints,' she observes. 'Instead, they must cut to the bone straightaway ... Sometimes they capture a shift in a whole world; at other times they put into words a mood or tone that we might not have seen, until it appears so beautifully before us. ' With their wry humor, quiet intensity and elegant economy, these stories display Australian writing at its diverse, unpredictable best.' (Publication summary) Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2009 pg. 55-59
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    y separately published work icon After the Carnage Tara June Winch , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2016 9383449 2016 selected work short story

    'Ten years after the much-acclaimed Swallow the Air, Tara June Winch returns with an extraordinary new collection of stories'

    'A single mother resorts to extreme measures to protect her young son. A Nigerian student undertakes a United Nations internship in the hope of a better future. A recently divorced man starts a running group with members of an online forum for recovering addicts. '

    'Ranging from New York to Istanbul, from Pakistan to Australia, these unforgettable stories chart the distances in their characters’ lives – whether they have grown apart from the ones they love, been displaced from their homeland, or are struggling to reconcile their dreams with reality. A collection of prodigious depth and variety, After the Carnage marks the impressive evolution of one of our finest young writers.' (Source: Publisher's website)

    St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2016
    pg. 173-181
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