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Peter Lyssiotis (born 1949, Cyprus) is a Cypriot born-Australian writer, photographer and photomonteur.Lost and Found: Peter Lyssiotis and John Wolseley In 2004 he received a commendation from the Anne Elder Award committee for his work.FAW National Literary Awards 2004 His small press books include Industrial Woman (with Vivienne Mehes and Jas H. Duke), Journey of a Wise Electron and Other Stories and Three Cheers for Civilization.

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by Lyssiotis, Peter
[Melbourne] : Masterthief Enterprises, [1992]
 
 
by Lyssiotis, Peter
Malvern, Vic. : Stonington Stables Museum of Art, 2007
 
 
by Lyssiotis, Peter
[Melbourne] : Masterthief, 2011
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by Lyssiotis, Peter
[Melbourne] : [Masterthief], 2012
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by Lyssiotis, Peter
[Melbourne] : Masterthief, 2009
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by Lyssiotis, Peter
[Melbourne] : Masterthief : Anajah Press, 2011
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Lyssiotis, Peter
[Brunswick, Melbourne]: Masterthief and Messofa Press, 2005
 
 
by Lyssiotis, Peter
[Melbourne] : Masterthief, 2012
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Lyssiotis, Peter
Melbourne : Masterthief, 2010
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Lyssiotis, Peter
[Melbourne] : Masterthief : Anajah Press, 2011
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Lyssiotis, Peter
Prahran, Vic. : Champion Books, 1985
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Lyssiotis, Peter
Northcote, Vic : Modern Writing Press, c2004
 
 
by Lyssiotis, Peter
[Melbourne] : Redwood Limited Prints, 2002
 
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