Forked Tongues: A Delicious Anthology of Poetry and Prose
Wakefield Press, 2002 - Adelaide (S. Aust.) - 214 pages
Using the menu of a seven-course feast (featuring genuine recipes from chef Cath Kerry) the writers in the Creative Writing courses at the University of Adelaide have prepared for the reader something to savour and to remember.
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City Boy Kerrie Harrison
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