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Inkslingers / written by members of the Creative Writing Group, University of the Third Age (Sunshine Coast) ; compiled and produced by Betty Oliver
Bib ID 2816811
Format BookBook
Description [Nambour, Qld. : B. Oliver?], 1993 
iv, 100 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0646141325
Subjects Australian poetry -- Queensland -- Sunshine Coast.  |  Australian poetry -- 20th century.  |  Australian fiction -- 20th century.  |  Short stories, Australian -- Queensland -- Sunshine Coast.
Other authors/contributors Oliver, Betty  |  University of the Third Age (Sunshine Coast, Qld.). Creative Writing Group
Available From Available from Ms B. Oliver, 17 Elizabeth Way, Nambour, Qld. 4560 

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