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  • Author:
    Margo Daly,Jill Dawson
  • ISBN:
    0340695161
  • ISBN13:
    978-0340695166
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    Hodder & Stoughton / Sceptre (March 19, 1998)
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    237 pages
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    Short Stories & Anthologies
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An anthology of stories of women on the road . Includes stories by Ali Smith, Louise Doughty and Leone Ross amongst others. The Australian Way. ‘Stories by some of the finest new female writers in Britain, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and Canad. superbly realised and well-written collection. – Edinburgh Evening News. Bidisha, Joanna Briscoe, Margo Daly, Jill Dawson, Louise Doughty, Justine Ettler, Catherine Ford, Kathryn Heyman, Gail Jones, Jean McNeil, Gaby Naher, Bridget O’Connor, Kathy Page, Emily Perkins, Leone Ross, Ali Smith.

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Margo Daly, Jill Dawson. How Do I Look? (Upstarts).

Wild Ways presents new short stories about women on the move by some of the best female writers of Britain, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and Canada

Wild Ways presents new short stories about women on the move by some of the best female writers of Britain, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. By turns adventurous, disastrous, funny and sad, these are tales of independent travel and subversions of the macho world of the road trip, of women traveling to places real or imagined, alone or with friends, leading, following or just totally lost. Some travel in a paroxysm of anxiety, some in a drunken haze, but all are safe in the knowledge of great travelers everywhere: that it's not the arriving that counts, it's the journey

Jill Dawson was born in Durham and grew up in Staffordshire, Essex and . Jill Dawson has taught Creative Writing for many years and was recently the Creative Writing Fellow at the University of East Anglia.

Jill Dawson was born in Durham and grew up in Staffordshire, Essex and Yorkshire. She read American Studies at the University of Nottingham, then took a series of short-term jobs in London before studying for an MA in Writing at Sheffield Hallam University. In 1997 she was the British Council Writing Fellow at Amherst College, Massachussets. She lives with her family in the Cambridgeshire Fens.

Jill Dawson has taught Creative Writing for many years, and was Creative Writing Fellow at the University of East Anglia

She is the author of one book of non-fiction for teenagers, How Do I Look? (1991), which deals with the subject of self-esteem. Jill Dawson has taught Creative Writing for many years, and was Creative Writing Fellow at the University of East Anglia. She is a Royal Literary Fund Advisory Fellow and Board Member of Writers' Centre, Norwich. In 2006 she was awarded an honorary doctorate by Anglia Ruskin University.

Wild Ways: new stories about women on the road

Wild Ways: new stories about women on the road. THIS COLLECTION of road stories for girls includes writing by Yorkshire, Australian and Canadian women, plus a couple of writers you've heard of (Louise Doughty and Joanna Briscoe), but not one American among them - which seems a bit like serving up the bun withough the burger. And, just to belabour the point, the best stories in the book are set in the States.

Jill Dawson on Ubud Writers & Readers Festival 2012. Jill Dawson is an English poet and novelist who grew up in Durham, England. She began publishing her poems in pamphlets and small magazines. Her first book, Trick of the Light, was published in 1996. She was the British Council Writing Fellow at Amherst College for 1997. Fred and Edie, Sceptre, 2000; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2002

A collection of short stories about women "on the road". These are tales of independent travel and subversions of the macho world of the road trip. Contributors include: Bidisha; Joanna Briscoe; Louise Doughty; Catherine Ford; Bridget O'Connor; Kathy Page; Emily Perkins; and Beth Yahp.