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Aardvark: Written off:  A collection of writing by young SA authors, put together by the team from Generation Hex by Erica (editors)  Matt; Sharplin - Paperback - 1st Edition - 1995 - from Adelaide Booksellers and Biblio.com

Aardvark: Written off: A collection of writing by young SA authors, put together by the team from Generation Hex

by Prime, Justin; Rolevink, James; Rubenstein, Matt; Sharplin,Erica (editors)

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Adelaide: Generation Hex. Writer's Centre. 1995. Octavo Size [approx 15.5 x 22.8cm]. Very Good condition. Uncommon 100 pages A colllection of verse and prose from several young South Australian writers. . 1st Edition. Softcover.


  • Bookseller: Adelaide Booksellers AU (AU)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: BIB267316
  • Title: Aardvark: Written off: A collection of writing by young SA authors, put together by the team from Generation Hex
  • Author: Prime, Justin; Rolevink, James; Rubenstein, Matt; Sharplin,Erica (editors)
  • Format/binding:Softcover
  • Book condition: Used -
  • Edition: 1st Edition
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Generation Hex. Writer's Centre
  • Place: Adelaide
  • Date published: 1995
  • Subjects: LITERARY COLLECTIONS / Australian & Oceanian;


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