Research Publications for Tracey E Slaughter
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Slaughter, T. (2017). Ladybirds. In Landfall - 70th Anniversary Issue (Iss. 233, pp. 95-100). [story]. University of Otago Press. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/
Slaughter, T. (2017). Cicada motel. In Sport 45 (Iss. 45, pp. 27-33). [short story]. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
Slaughter, T. E. (2017). Stadium Drei – (Erzahlung) (‘Stage Three’- (narrative)). In Lichtungen Journal of Literature, Art and Time Criticism (Iss. 151, pp. 146-148). [short story]. Association for Literature & Art, in cooperation with the Academy Graz.
Slaughter, T. (2017). Dorm. In Flash Frontier: An Adventure in Short Fiction: National flash fiction day. [short story]. http://www.flash-frontier.com/nffd2017adult/.
Slaughter, T. (2016). Tracey Slaughter - Best books I never wrote (stuff.co.nz) - 'The Empathy Exams' by Leslie Jamison; 'Legend of a Suicide' by David Vann; 'The Wish Child' by Catherine Chidgey; 'Room' by Emma Donoghue; 'Mayhem Anthology 2016' edited by Tracey Slaughter. Retrieved from http://www.stuff.co.nz/
Slaughter, T. (2016). Editorial. Mayhem Anthology, 8-9.
Slaughter, T. (2016). Adventures of the girl who didn't get away (IKA Journal). In IKA Journal (Iss. 4, pp. 3-6). [short story]. New Zealand: Manukau Institute of Technology.
Slaughter, T. (2016). Stage three. In M. A. Lee (Ed.), Influence and Confluence: East and West: (A Global Anthology on the Short Story) (pp. 259-261). [short story]. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.
Slaughter, T. (2016). Interview with Tracey Slaughter (These Rough Notes). Victoria University of Wellington Press. Retrieved from http://victoriauniversitypress.blogspot.co.nz/
Slaughter, T. (2016). Editorial: A workshop has six to ten hearts. Mayhem, (4), 1-2. Retrieved from http://www.waikato.ac.nz/fass/mayhem/issue4/editorial.shtml