Hide Your Fires
2012 UTS Anthology
Foreword by Fiona McGregor
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Hide Your Fires by Fiona McGregor
The creative writing program at the University of Technology, Sydney, is the oldest and most prestigious in Australia. The annual Anthology is a celebration of the depth and breadth of talent within the program, and brings together the work of approximately 35 of the best and brightest undergraduate and postgraduate students in one unmissable collection. Personal, dramatic and profound, the 2012 Anthology, Hide Your Fires, has been hailed as the best in years, providing readers with an unforgettable snapshot of this country's vibrant and emerging writing talent.
Classification: Anthologies (non-poetry)
Format: Paperback (208mm x 135mm x mm)
Imprint: Figment Publishing
Publisher: Figment Publishing
Publish Date: 1-May-2012
Country of Publication: Australia
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