I Can See My House from Here: UTS Writers' Anthology 2010

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Brandl & Schlesinger, 2010 - College students' writings, Australian - 289 pages
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The prestigious writing program at the University of Technology, Sydney celebrates this year's most exceptional talent in its 24th anthology. 'I Can See My House From Here' is a collection of works by Australia's pre-eminent emerging writers and editors. In the past, the UTS Writers' Anthology has featured authors whose works have appeared in such esteemed titles as 'Best Australian Stories', "Meanjin", 'Southerly', 'Voiceworks', and 'Going Down Swinging'. With a foreword by the highly acclaimed short story writer, Nam Le, 'I Can See My House From Here' will be eagerly anticipated by emerging writers, UTS Alumni, students, readers of literary publications and industry professionals alike.

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Nam Le is a Vietnamese-born Australian writer, who won the Dylan Thomas Prize for his book The Boat which is a collection of short stories. His stories have been published in several places including Best Australian Stories 2007, Best New American Voices, Zoetrope: All-Story, A Public Space and One Story. He has won several awards including Pushcart Prize, Prime Minister's Literary award, Anisfield -Wolf Book Award and PEN/Malamud Award. He will be featured at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival 2015 program.

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