The Journal of the Australian Asociation of Writing Programs
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
from Amy Bartlett,
Australian Serials and Electronic Unit, National Library of Australia
We are delighted to inform you that your publication, TEXT is now publicly
available in the PANDORA Archive.
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We would appreciate any comments you may have regarding the presentation of your publication in the archive and please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
from Ingrid Woodrow
My name is Ingrid Woodrow and I am a PhD (Creative Writing) student of Jan Mckemmish's and the University of Queensland.
I am writing to let you know that Jan and I have started an online postgraduate Creative Writing journal called mangrove ( www.uq.edu.au/english/journals/mangrove.htm ) which I thought you might like to include as a "site of interest" in TEXT. I have already linked TEXT to Mangrove, it's a great resource.
I was also interested in the ABC program 'Poetica' which was calling for submissions from creative writers around the country - could you tell me if this is still open?
Collection for the Poetica program is in progress, details are published in News and Updates. Eds.
Vol 3 No 1 April 1999
Editors: Nigel Krauth & Tess Brady