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Words she cannot see : twenty-seven short stories from Judy Hiener's creative writing group / compiled by Les Cook ; edited by Belinda Mellor.

Contributor(s): Cook, Les [compiler.] | Mellor, Belinda, 1959- [editor.] | U3A Nelson (Organisation) [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Richmond, Tasman] : U3A Nelson, New Zealand, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: vii, 77 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780473457105; 0473457105.Subject(s): Short stories, New ZealandGenre/Form: Short stories.DDC classification: NZ823.0108
Contents:
A grizzly / Anne Marie Kidson -- A day with Hector / Colleen Squires -- Escape / Lynne Stevens -- Rain / Patricia Behrens -- Fredrick's fingers / Diane Smith -- Lost / Glenda Pool -- The football man / Les Cook -- Life on the river / Brian Brassel -- Mrs O'Leary / Hanne Bjorklund -- A quake / Patricia Behrens -- Creative writing begins / Diane Smith -- Demons / Glenda Poole -- The interview / Les Cook -- Earth Closet & Smokes / Brian Brassel -- Find / Hanne Bjorklund -- Just another house call / Anne Marie Kidson -- All about me / Colleen Squires -- Vacancy / Lynne Stevens -- Penalty stroke / Les Cook -- Stepsister on the home farm / Brian Brassel -- Billy / Hanne Bjorklund -- Final flutter / Anne Marie Kidson -- Her search to be happy / Lynne Stevens -- Freedom from oppression / Patricia Behrens -- Pulchritude / Glenda Pool -- Black / Les Cook -- The dolls' house / Anne Marie Kidson -- Paddy Lattin's cameo / Paddy Lattin.
Summary: Judy is the leader of a U3A Creative Writing Group in Nelson. Judy suffers from degenerating eyesight and cannot read her students’ scripts. Despite this, her remarkable memory for detail, her expressive impartation of knowledge, her encouragement and exhortation has motivated the group to produce this book, a selection of their short stories, as a tribute to Judy’s six years’ leadership.-- Back cover.
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A grizzly / Anne Marie Kidson -- A day with Hector / Colleen Squires -- Escape / Lynne Stevens -- Rain / Patricia Behrens -- Fredrick's fingers / Diane Smith -- Lost / Glenda Pool -- The football man / Les Cook -- Life on the river / Brian Brassel -- Mrs O'Leary / Hanne Bjorklund -- A quake / Patricia Behrens -- Creative writing begins / Diane Smith -- Demons / Glenda Poole -- The interview / Les Cook -- Earth Closet & Smokes / Brian Brassel -- Find / Hanne Bjorklund -- Just another house call / Anne Marie Kidson -- All about me / Colleen Squires -- Vacancy / Lynne Stevens -- Penalty stroke / Les Cook -- Stepsister on the home farm / Brian Brassel -- Billy / Hanne Bjorklund -- Final flutter / Anne Marie Kidson -- Her search to be happy / Lynne Stevens -- Freedom from oppression / Patricia Behrens -- Pulchritude / Glenda Pool -- Black / Les Cook -- The dolls' house / Anne Marie Kidson -- Paddy Lattin's cameo / Paddy Lattin.

Judy is the leader of a U3A Creative Writing Group in Nelson.
Judy suffers from degenerating eyesight and cannot read her students’ scripts. Despite this, her remarkable memory for detail, her expressive impartation of knowledge, her encouragement and exhortation has motivated the group to produce this book, a selection of their short stories, as a tribute to Judy’s six years’ leadership.-- Back cover.