July 24, 1974

July 24, 1974 is a short story that identifies photography and writing trends within surf journalism, all while introducing non-surf readers to the genre. While recognisable names are present within the piece, it is a fictional depiction. This piece was published by TEXT Literary Journal. Find the link to the story below

http://www.textjournal.com.au/oct18/sandtner_prose.htm

Published by TEXT Literary Journal, 2018

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About TEXT Literary Journal: TEXT is an international peer reviewed journal published by the Australasian Association of Writing Programs. TEXT publishes academic and other material concerned with creative and professional writing programs in universities, colleges, TAFEs and the community around Australia, United States, Canada, New Zealand, England, and from other English-speaking areas and programs.

TEXT includes research articles on creative and professional writing and processes, the teaching of writing, and allied topics. TEXT also includes creative work, book reviews, letters and notices. TEXT occasionally publishes specific-topic collections or longer works in its Special Issue Series.

Regarding creative work, TEXT considers contributions of stories, poetry, memoir, etc providing that the matter of the creative work concerns exploration of creativity, or the nature and processes of writing, or the nature and processes of the teaching of writing, or investigation of writers’ issues, lifestyles, or such like.

Literary Journal ERA Grade: A.

http://www.textjournal.com.au/index.htm

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