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June 16, 2022

Two Hunters Hill authors shortlisted for literary awards hosted by our shared library services partner Lane Cove Council feature in a new anthology featuring all the winning and shortlisted entries.

A copy of ‘Lane Cove Literary Awards 2021: An Anthology’ is part of the collection at our library and community space The YARN, in Hunters Hill Village, and available for our borrowers.

Hunters Hill Deputy Mayor Elizabeth Krassoi attended the book launch event at Lane Cove on 9 June 2022, along with local writers Pippa Kay and Christina Faulk.

Pippa was shortlisted in the Poetry Prize and Wise Sage Prize for the poem ‘Currents’.

Christina was shortlisted in the Poetry Prize for the poem ‘Uruzghan’.

Pictured: Pippa Kay, Deputy Mayor Elizabeth Krassoi and Christina Faulk.

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