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In prose to seduce the weariest palate, Marion Halligan, prize-winning storyteller, writes about food and words, eating and art, cooking and reading, gardens and books. Inviting you to eat her words, she tempts the fancy, nourishes the imagination, and offers the odd recipe to keep body and soul together.
Paperback, 247 pages
Published 1990 by Angus & Robertson
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Marion Halligan AM is an Australian writer and novelist. Born and educated in Newcastle, New South Wales, she worked as a school teacher and journalist prior to turning to full time writing.

A long time resident of Canberra, she was a member of a group of women writers based in Canberra known as the "Canberra Seven" or "Seven Writers" (1980-1997).

She has won and been shortlisted for numerous signi
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