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25 July 2014


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I too would like to thank you and all your fellow organisers of the Crocodile Prize

Loving the Creative Nation series! It's wonderful to read about the writers and to easily access their creative work as well.

Thank you so much Keith & Phil for initiating the Crocodile Prize a couple of years ago and giving Papua New Guineans an opportunity to publish their work and in doing so adding to PNG literature.

My interest in PNG literature sparked after reading ‘My Mother Calls Me Yaltep’ by Ignatius Kilage a year ago and I have since then wondered if there are other books by PNG authors similar to it.

I’ve recently added ‘The Crocodile’ by Vincent Eri to my ‘books to read’ list. And I would also love to read this year’s Crocodile Prize anthology and the previous years’ anthologies as well.

I’ve been an avid reader of PNG Attitude this year and have thoroughly enjoyed reading some of this year’s Crocodile Prize entries and overall the contents of this blog.

Thank you again Keith, Phil and COG for all your hard work. I truly appreciate what you all are doing and have done.

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