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'Brisbane Writers Festival celebrates stories of all shapes and sizes. With the help of Twitter and a brilliant collection of 50 writers from around the globe, the Many Writers, One Story project hopes to put together a very Brisbane tale told in 140 character bite-sized pieces. Where will the story go? What twists will it take? Follow its progress from Tuesday 17 July [2012] ... or on Twitter by following the hashtag #BWF50.'

Source: Brisbane Writers Festival website, http://www.bwf.org.au/
Sighted: 14/08/2012

Notes

  • Australian and international writers include: Nick Earls, Marieke Hardy, Mark Watson, Joanne Harris, Chris Cleave, Dave Graney, Eowyn Ivey, Jeff Sparrow, Kate Forsyth, Michaela McGuire, Paul Gilding, Patrick Gale, Michael Robotham, Krissy Kneen, John Boyne, Emilie Zoey Baker, Claire Bidwell Smith, Andy Griffiths, a.rawlings, Linda Sue Park, Phil Kafcaloudes, Tanveer Ahmed, Jon Doust, Gina Perry, Chris Turney, Martin Chatterton, Tony Cavanaugh, Tara Moss, Susan Johnson, Rebecca Sparrow, Mandy Beaumont, Sean M Whelan, Belinda Jeffrey, Katherine Battersby, Sophie Hamley, Christopher Currie, Kristina Schulz, Terry Whidborne, Anna Campbell, Chris Somerville, Tristan Bancks, Toni Jordan and Benjamin Law.
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First known date: 2012
Link: Web resource Sighted: 14/08/2012
Last amended 14 Aug 2012 13:49:19
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