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Eclectic Short Stories Find Their Way From Australia
Laurie Clancey. City to City. Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, 1989. 169 pages.
Garry Disher, editor. Personal Best. Sydney: Collins, 1989. 392 pages.
Janet Turner Hospital. Dislocations. New York: W.W. Norton, 1990. 210 pages. 7.95.
Stephen Knight, editor. Dead Witness: Best Australian Mystery Stories. New York: Penguin, 1990. 259 pages. 7.95.
Nancy Potter, University of Rhode Island

New Jolley novel re-creates wartime England...
Elizabeth Jolley. My Father's Moon. New York: Viking, 1989.
Peter Wolf, University of Missouri--St. Louis

Ports in a storm...
Jessica Anderson. Taking Shelter. New York: Viking, 1989. 232 pages.
Ray Willbanks, Memphis State University

Variety marks two short story collections...
Marion Halligan. The Hanged Man in the Garden. Melbourne: Penguin, 1989. 183 pages. A$7.95.
Suzanne Flakiner. After the Great Novelist and Other Stories. Sydney: Pan Books, 1989. 220 pages. A$12.99.
Dorothy A. Fontaine, Rice University

Short fictions take on a wide spectrum...
Nicholas Hasluck. The Hat on the Letter O. Perth: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1990.
Shirley J. Paolini, Barry University