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Pam Macintyre

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Dr Pam Macintyre teaches language and literacy and children’s and young adult literature at RMIT University. She has been a judge for the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, Aurealis Awards and the Children’s Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Awards, and is the co-author of Knowing Readers: Unlocking the Pleasures of Reading.

Pam has been a recipient of the Dromkeen Librarian Award for Services to Children’s Literature and the Leila St John Award for Distinguished Services to Children’s Literature.

She has also co-edited two collections: Things a Map Won't Show You, for middle grade readers, andWhere the Shoreline Used to Be, for senior high school students.

Books by Pam Macintyre

Where the Shoreline Used to be

Funny, dramatic and poignant by turns, and featuring both established writers and exciting new talent, Where the Shoreline Used to Be is a stunning collection that will challenge and excite your imagination.

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Things a Map Won't Show You: Stories from Australia and Beyond

Sometimes funny, sometimes dramatic, always compelling, this collection featuring both established writers and emerging talent will broaden your horizons and excite your imagination.

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