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'In September, Text Publishing brought out Deep South: Stories from Tasmania, a collection of twenty-four Tasmanian stories that I co-edited with Danielle Wood. Our book is a calculated attempt to influence what people read: to persuade both Tasmanians and visitors alike to read some of the stories that have come out of the island over the last two centuries. It is, to draw on Michael Heyward's critique of the neglect of Australian literature more generally, an effort to curate Tasmania's literary history - or at least a part of it. And that's a start.' (Author's introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Island no. 130 Spring 2012 Z1911543 2012 periodical issue 2012 pg. 34-39
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