Browsing 19 Studies in Creative Arts and Writing by Author "Adelaide, Debra"

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Browsing 19 Studies in Creative Arts and Writing by Author "Adelaide, Debra"

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  • Adelaide, Debra (UTS ePress, 2013)
    This enquiry begins, as it so often does, with a word. Precisely, three words. On a particular day the sign in the butcher shop was clear but baffling while the tray beneath was empty. My Vietnamese is non-existent, and ...
  • Adelaide, Debra (Picador, 2008)
    This is a major creative work, a novel of approximately 100,000 words. It was first published in Australia, the United Kingdom and New Zealand in May 2008, and has since been published in: Germany, France, the Netherlands, ...
  • Adelaide, Debra (Brandl & Schlesinger, 2007)
    This piece of creative non-fiction takes its title from the final sentence of Thea Astley's final novel, Drylands (1999). The essay was praised by poet and literary critic Dr Michael Brennan for its 'intelligence and ...
  • Adelaide, Debra (Text Publishing, 2011)
  • Adelaide, Debra (The Australian; The Sydney Morning Herald, 2005)
    These three pieces are a sample of the kind of writing I have been contributing to the Australian and The Sydney Morning Herald over the course of my professional career. They are generally on literary topics, and they ...
  • Adelaide, Debra (Australian Association of Writing Programs, 2007)
    In an essay entitled 'A Voice', the author Barry Lopez describes his first apprehension of the voices of others. In his case - a young man aspiring to be a writer - these others were everyone not white, middle-class, ...