Bolton, Joy 1974 'Introduction' in L Lamilami, Lamilami speaks: the cry went up: a story of the people of Goulburn Islands, North Australia, Ure Smith, Sydney
Ryan Thomas O'Connor, Maura Elizabeth O'Halloran, Kiernan Gerald O'Neill, Sean Dylan O'Rourke, Michael Armand Oleski, Alycia Michelle Patterson, Nathaniel Moises Perez-Chaves, Diane Marilyn Peterson, Joshua Michael Piechowski, EvelynJanice Una Pierce, Bryana Lee Poulin, Tashari Janise Rainwater, Amanda Marie Ritacco, Hannah Jean Ritacco, Brandy Baye Robidoux, Talon McDermott Roe, Janira Esmeraldi Rubio, Jose Francisco Rubio, Gina Mary Scarglia, Alison Jane Scully, Adam Brian Sgariglia, Katya Sidorchuk, Bryanna Ashley Smith, Sydney
Lee Smith, Blazej Stypulkowski, Anthony Roy Tortorelli, Kelsey Marie Trottier, Angel Jay Villegas, Nicholas Michael Ward, Jeremiah Kent Whitecotton, Kristi Anitia Willis, Alexis Noel Wood, Daniel Frank Zalewski, Justin Anthony Zannotti, Joseph Giovanny Zuniga.
Poets were as involved with the war as novelists and there is a chapter on the war's poetry which looks, obviously, at Tennyson but also at Adelaide Anne Procter, Thackeray, Arabella and Louisa Shore, Alexander Smith, Sydney
Dobell and Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Aurora Leigh.
Fairies were Molly Baker, Emily McCaskill, Brooke Boteler, Ashley Oberhausen, Casey Collier, Tyler Phillips, Abi Collins, Anna Marie Roberson, Jessica Decell, Lainey Smith, Sydney
Eads, Logan Smith, Audrey Anne Estess, Raigan Stokes, Bailey Holmes, Taelor Stokes, Maddie Howell, McCall Sturgis, Carson Luke, and Abigail Wilbanks.
This was achieved with some remarkably fine wood cuts, the pen and ink and etching needle work by artists such as George Collingwood, Lionel Lindsay, Roy Davies, Adrian Feint, Raymond McGrath, Sydney Ure Smith, Sydney
Long, Pixie O'Harris to name just a few.