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Issue Details: First known date: 1985... 1985 The Girls Love Each Other
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Westerly vol. 30 no. 2 June 1985 Z592165 1985 periodical issue 1985 pg. 11-18
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    y separately published work icon Sister Ships and Other Stories Joan London , Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 1986 Z32372 1986 selected work short story Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 1986 pg. 55-64
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    y separately published work icon Goodbye to Romance : Stories by New Zealand and Australian Women Writers 1930-1988 Elizabeth Webby (editor), Lydia Wevers (editor), Sydney : Allen and Unwin , 1989 Z180864 1989 selected work short story poetry life story humour Sydney : Allen and Unwin , 1989 pg. 327-335
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    y separately published work icon Daughters of the Sun : Short Stories from Western Australia Bruce Bennett (editor), Susan Miller (editor), Nedlands : UWA Publishing , 1994 Z492457 1994 anthology short story extract humour Nedlands : UWA Publishing , 1994 pg. 231-241
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    y separately published work icon Australian Women's Stories : An Oxford Anthology Kerryn Goldsworthy (editor), South Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1999 Z198049 1999 anthology short story extract South Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1999 pg. 245-254
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    y separately published work icon The New Dark Age Joan London , Sydney : Picador , 2004 Z1109140 2004 selected work short story

    'A young singer runs into the desert of gold rush Kalgoorlie; Chagall comes to Paris in the twenties; a hippie couple survey their ideals as Whitlam is deposed; a middle-aged man looks at his life after cancer on the eve of the millennium . . . Fourteen luminous stories from Joan London's award-winning collections, Sister Ships and Letter to Constantine, together with two later stories, span the twentieth century in a volume that is storytelling at its very best.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb (2018 ed.).

    Sydney : Picador , 2004
    pg. 43-56
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