Noah No-one and the Infinity Machine

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Abstract

The Machine was out of bounds, but still Noah had to dust it. That was his punishment for changing every picture of Billy Samuelson on the school website into one of an ape. Billy was an ape, and a bully. He had been whispering Noah No-one, Noah No-one behind Noah's back for weeks now, but nobody ever did anything about it.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication Rich & rare
Subtitle of host publicationa collection of Australian stories, poetry and artwork
EditorsPaul Collins
Place of PublicationOrmond, Vic
PublisherFord Street Publishing
Pages300-313
Number of pages14
ISBN (Print)9781925272116
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • Fiction anthology
  • Australian literature
  • Australian poetry
  • Australian artwork
  • Sean Williams

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