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Pat Richardson Pat Richardson i(A30500 works by) (a.k.a. Patricia Loris Richardson)
Born: Established: 1933 ;
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

Pat Richardson completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications at the University of Technology, Sydney, as a mature-age student. She has been a performance writer, presenting a regular show called Queenie : Letters from a Queensland Army Nurse 1915-17 on radio station 2SER-FM (Sydney) in the early 1990s. Richardson has contributed to journals such as Womanspeak, Woman-Church and Newswit. She has been a member of the Management Committee (and President) of Nambucca Valley Arts Council, as well as a member of the International Alliance of Women.

A scrapbook of material relating to Richardson's research interest and involvement in the Women's Electoral Lobby and women's events is held in the Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection at the State Library of New South Wales.

Most Referenced Works

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Belle the Bushie Rozelle : Gumleaf Press , 1990 Z88288 1990 selected work short story
1991 winner Society of Women Writers, New South Wales, Awards Hilarie Lindsay Award

Known archival holdings

Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW (NSW)
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