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Seven Writers Group, The Australian Women's Register (1980 - )

From
1980
Occupations
ANZSRC
Website
http://www.womenaustralia.info/biogs/AWE2108b.htm
Location
Escholarship Research Centre Level 2, Thomas Cherry Building The University of Melbourne Parkville, VIC 3010

Summary

Seven Writers was a group of Canberra-based women writers who met regularly to debate and critique one another's work. The Australian Women's Register has aggregated data about the group, including biographical entries for the seven writers, as well has comprehensive bibliographical and archival information relating to their writing. Images are also available. The Seven Writers are/were: Barbalet, Margaret Evelyn; Dowse, Sara (1938 - ); Edgar, Suzanne (1939 - ); Eldridge, Marian Favel Clair (1936 - 1997); Halligan, Marion Mildred (1940 - ) ; Horsfield, Dorothy (1948 - ); Johnston, Dorothy (1948 - ).

Funding to complete the project was provided by Christine Goode.

Sources used to compile this entry: The Australian Women's Register is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Australia License. Rights to images used in the exhibition vary. Please contact the Australian Women's Archives Project for details: http://www.womenaustralia.info/contact.html.

Nikki Henningham

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