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  • Published 20191103
  • ISBN: 9781925773804
  • Extent: 264pp
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THEY ARRIVE AT the town just after nightfall. Stand at the town sign looking up at it: Population 2,500, clear in the moonlight.

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Keren Heenan

Keren Heenan has won a number of Australian short-story awards. Her work has been published in Overland, Island, Award Winning Australian Writing, Tasmania 40°...

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