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Author: Gillian Mears

The river Fineflour flows through this narrative as it flows through the town, linking time and place, character and event. A source of myth and memory, it brings tragedy as well as comfort. There is an undercurrent of sadness and suspended grief in Gillian Mears' writing that is balanced by her tenderness and unconventional sense of the comic.

Gillian Mears is also the author of Ride a Cock Horse which won the Commonwealth Writers' Regional First Book Award in 1989, The Mint Lawn which won the Vogel/Australian Literary Award, and The Grass Sister, regional winner of the Commonwealth Writers' Award in 1996.
Collected Stories Gillian Mears
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Gillian Mears

Gillian Mears is a courageous and strikingly original storyteller who has twice won Commonwealth Writers' regional awards, as well as the coveted Vogel Award. Her early stories - from the prizewinnin ...

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