The Life You Chose and That Chose You

The Life You Chose and That Chose You

UTS Writer's Anthology

eBook - 2011
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The UTS Writers' Anthology has helped launch many careers, and continues to provide readers with some of the freshest ideas in Australian writing. The creative writing degree at the University of Technology, Sydney, is the oldest in Australia - and 2011 marks the Anthology's special 25th edition. Each year the Anthology features a foreword by a distinguished writer (Nam Le, in 2010). It is launched at Sydney Writers' Festival and at a major bookstore (most recently, Gleebooks). Authors' work is often selected for anthologies such as Best Australian Stories, and read on radio. It is widely revi.
Publisher: Sydney : Figment Pub., 2011.
ISBN: 9781921134142
1921134143
9781921134173
1921134178
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover Page; Title Page; Contents; Foreword: Amelia Lester; Editors' Note; Odds: Rosie Cintio; Firing Squad: Mark Rossiter; The Anniversary: Deborah FitzGerald; Path: Isabelle Guaran; Bend in the River: Roslyn McFarland; Close: Mathilde de Hauteclocque; Profiling the Profiler: Howard Shih; A Modern Package Tour: Julian Dibley-Hall; Idol: Jason Childs; Hannah's: Rosanna Beatrice Stevens; Middle Brother: Susanna Freymark; Kamakura: Amy Paterson; Down South: Angus Benson; Early Tuesday Morning: Anna Nordstroem; Cutting Corners: Michelle Troxler; Lesson in Loving Absolutely: Jason Childs.
Jumping for Chicken: Sharon KentMollycoddled: Georgia Symons; With a Little Help from Your Friends: Benjamin Freeman; The Paper Factory: Michelle Troxler; Routine: Jacqui Wise; Things That Remind Me of You: Rebecca Slater; Umlaut: Rebecca Lean; Performance Anxiety: Robert Graves; Josephine: Popi-Laurel Silk; Little Lies: Daniel Rapaic O'Connell; The Party: Ellen Tyrrell; The Last Summer: Madelaine Lucas; Wide-eyed: Aziza Green; Dancing: S J Cottier; Boxes: Amanda Yeo; The Interview: Lucy Holt; The Mob Can't Hurt You: Annabel Stafford; Waiting for Katerina: Jenny James.
Shadow Shift: Kit HendersonAbout the Authors; About the Editors; Copyright Page.
Summary: The UTS Writers' Anthology has helped launch many careers, and continues to provide readers with some of the freshest ideas in Australian writing. The creative writing degree at the University of Technology, Sydney, is the oldest in Australia - and 2011 marks the Anthology's special 25th edition. Each year the Anthology features a foreword by a distinguished writer (Nam Le, in 2010). It is launched at Sydney Writers' Festival and at a major bookstore (most recently, Gleebooks). Authors' work is often selected for anthologies such as Best Australian Stories, and read on radio. It is widely revi.

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