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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 Street Sweeper
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    y separately published work icon Bearings Leah Swann , Mulgrave : Affirm Press , 2011 Z1768855 2011 selected work short story novella 'Are we slaves to destiny or architects of our own fate? Bearings is about challenging the course of our lives as well as keeping a foothold during unpredictable times.

    'In this affecting novella and collection of stories, Leah Swann burrows deep into the souls of her characters to reveal universal complexities, frailties and strengths. From searching for love to coping with grief, Bearings provides a map of the human condition, deftly drawn by an exciting new Australian talent with a sharp eye for instinctive behaviours and emotional truths.' (From the publisher's website.)
    Mulgrave : Affirm Press , 2011
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    y separately published work icon The Best Australian Stories 2011 Cate Kennedy (editor), Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2011 Z1812773 2011 anthology short story (taught in 3 units) 'In The Best Australian Stories 2011, Cate Kennedy selects the year’s most outstanding short fiction. Featuring much loved masters as well as exciting new voices, this book is a perfect introduction to Australia’s best contemporary fiction.' (From the publisher's website.) Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2011 pg. 116-123
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    y separately published work icon Award Winning Australian Writing 2011 Adolfo Aranjuez (editor), Melbourne : Melbourne Books , 2011 Z1815848 2011 anthology poetry short story (taught in 2 units) 'The fourth edition of AWAW sees the Award Winning series expanding, being the first to include poetry. It showcases over forty competitions, including The Adelaide Review / University of Adelaide Creative Writing Program Short Fiction Competition, the Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize, the Banjo Paterson Writing Awards, the Australian Book Review Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize, the Rolf Boldrewood Literary Awards and the Blake Poetry Prize.' (From the publisher's website.) Melbourne : Melbourne Books , 2011
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