Grieve Volume 8

Grieve Volume 8

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2020 is the 8th year of the Grieve Project. Since 2013, Australians have submitted poems and stories about their experience with parental grief, sibling grief, loss of a home and numerous other forms of grief and loss.




2020 was a year of collective grief for Australia and the world. Yet the telling of grief here is much the same as in previous years. While tales of devastating bushfires and the crippling consequences of the coronavirus do feature in this anthology, its core remains unchanged: grief is universal arising from a multitude of experiences and we express it in myriad ways.




Writing about grief is a most noble expression. This anthology exposes that nobility and humility. It also gives us, the readers, hope.




Hunter Writers Centre aspires to be a leader in delivering a vibrant, active and contemporary range of activities that promote writing excellence in Australia, specifically in the Hunter Region of New South Wales. Building upon the Centre's success to date, we endeavour to maintain and grow our region's writing diversity and talent. Through our membership program, national writing competitions and community events, we support the tradition of storytelling and strive to share literary outputs in both traditional and fresh and innovative ways.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 164 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 10mm | 249g
  • English
  • 0648850404
  • 9780648850403
  • 862,073

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