World Link Cairns

Jones, Kristie
June 2008
inCite;Jun2008, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p24
The article offers information on the World Link Cairns project launched by Cairns Libraries in Australia in 2007. It was aimed at encouraging the production of diverse community groups' interpretation of the Australian history. Authors selected for the project include Leonie Norrington, Archimede Fusillo and Robert G. Barrett. World Link Cairns is noted to promote the literary interest of young people and increase Cairns Libraries connection to the community.


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