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Sheahan-Bright, Robyn

Robyn Sheahan-Bright was appointed the first Executive Director of the Queensland Writers Centre in 1991 and was also a founding director of Jam Roll Press.

She works as a freelance editor, and was the editor of the highly successful young adult fiction book Nightmares in Paradise (UQP 1995). Robyn is also the co-editor of Paradise to Paranoia (UQP 1995) and, most recently, of Hot Iron, Corrugated Sky (UQP 2002), an exploratory selection of writings from Queensland authors.<#InMedia#><#AuthorVideo#><#AuthorWebsite#><#AuthorTwitter#><#AuthorFaceBook#>
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History Of The Book In Australia Volume 3:Paper Empires

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Will Australia's once booming book industry be replaced by e-publishing? Are independent publishers and booksellers on the way out?

$60.00

Paper Empires

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Will Australia's once booming book industry be replaced by e-publishing? Are independent publishers and booksellers on the way out? In a world where one 'mega-author' can sell millions of books, can anyone else compete? Paper Empires tells the inside story of Australian publishing over the past half-century.

$45.00

Paradise To Paranoia

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Janette Turner Hospital, Inez Baranay, Jay Verney, Bruce Nash, Thomas Shapcott, J L Latimore, Glenda Guest, Fran Ross, Matthew Condon, Laurie Keim, Morgan Smith, Rosie Scott, Nigel Krauth, Sandra Hodgson Moore, Herb Wharton, Robyn O'Connell, Errol O'Neill, Andrew McGahan, Nick Earls, Marcus Keith Gibson, R D Lappan, Helen Demidenko, Venero Armanno, Gerard Lee, Selina Li Duke, Gerard Ross, Nicole Burke, Philip Neilsen, Duncan Richardson, Lesley Singh, Mark Svendsen, and Richard Yaxley. Why is Queensland the fastest growing state in Australia? And why is writing in Queensland flourishing? In this collection of exciting new stories, thirty-two writers focus on the images, the myths, the life-styles and the obsessions associated with Australia's most controversial state.

$22.00