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Fom typing on a rolling stream of white space to editing in a cloud, shifts in hardware have altered the way writers research, draft, refine and, ultimately, conceive of their work. The basic mechanism may stay the same, but new tools have led to new relations between authors and the words they use. With the internet, the barrier between the writer and the world has become as thin as skin.
The PETAA teachers' guide to the annual Children's Book Council of Australia awards, comprising units of work across the prize categories and mapped to the Australian Curriculum and NSW Syllabus outcomes
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