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Sue Moss Sue Moss i(A19818 works by)
Born: Established: 1945 Victoria, ;
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

Sue Moss's writing career began through song writing. She then moved to poetry, performance and theatre texts and her work has appeared in various journals and anthologies. She has collaborated with performers, visual artists and musicians: her literary musical, May I Have This Dance Miss Stein?, received an Arts Tasmania Adult Theatre Grant in 1997. Her work with visual artists includes the exhibition Will the Real Australia Please Stand Up? (1996) curated by Christl Berg, and the Poets & Painters Exhibition (1996 and 2001) where she collaborated with Barbie Kjar (q.v.) and Patricia Brassington. Moss regularly reviews for the national arts journal RealTime. She was the recipient of an Arts Tasmania Creative Development Grant in 2003.

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y separately published work icon Precious Little Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2010 Z1734001 2010 single work picture book children's

'Take the Hope or the Dream or the Song or the Dance.
'You might choose the Joke.
'You might take the Chance.
'Take the Risk or the Scare or the Stunt or the Rip.
'What prize will you pick from today's lucky dip?

'Precious Little wants to be a trapeze artist but no one in the circus encourages her - apart from Fat Chance and Tough Luck, who run the lucky dip. Precious Little practises her skills, but it's only when she takes a risk in the lucky dip that she really takes off.

'A heart-stirring story about the rewards of perseverance, friendship and taking a chance.' (From the publisher's website.)

2010 shortlisted Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Children's Division Told Primarily through Pictures
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