I Can See My House from Here: UTS Writers’ Anthology 2010 edited by Alice Grundy et al.

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February 2011, no. 328

I Can See My House from Here: UTS Writers’ Anthology 2010 edited by Alice Grundy et al.

Reviewed by
February 2011, no. 328

The great Russian short story writer Ivan Bunin said that in the process of becoming a writer, ‘one learns not to invent, but to see clearly – to see through the clichés of habit and association that disfigure sight. To see clearly and record – that is sufficient.’ What is most interesting about this new anthology is hearing a number of young Australian writers start to put aside childish things and instinctively follow Bunin’s advice.

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