Wakefield Press, 1999 - Australian literature - 164 pages
Anthology of poems and short stories inspired by five paintings by Australian artist, Dorrit Black. Topics include construction of relationships, inheritance, death and exclusion. Contributors are students in the postgraduate course of creative writing at the University of Adelaide. They include Jared Thomas, Ruth Sparrow, Emma Hopton and Joel Magary.
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