The Best Australian Stories 2004
Black, Incorporated, 2004 - Literary Collections - 288 pages
Australia's great modern writer, Frank Moorhouse, has collected Australia's finest short fiction from the last twelve months, showcasing the art of the well-crafted story, from the poetic and experimental to the classic. The contributors to this collection display the best fiction writers at the top of their form, demonstrating the enduring quality of contemporary Australian fiction.
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