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Women of a Certain Rage - Liz Byrski

Women of a Certain Rage

By: Liz Byrski

Paperback | 2 February 2021

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This book is the result of what happened when Liz Byrski asked 20 Australian women from widely different backgrounds, races, beliefs and identities to take up the challenge of writing about rage.

The honesty, passion, courage and humour of their very personal stories is engergising and inspiring. If you have ever felt the full force of anger and wondered at its power, then this book is for you.

About the Author

Liz Byrski is the author of eight novels and a number of non-fiction books.

She has worked as a freelance journalist, a broadcaster with ABC Radio and an advisor to a minister in the Western Australian Government.

Liz has a PhD in writing from Curtin University where she is the Director of the China Australia Writing Centre.

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