Co-edited book 'Good Luck Everybody: Lone Twin - Journeys, Performances, Conversations' (Aberystwyth: Performance Research Books, 2011; ISBN 978-1-906499-02-0) and evidence of practice-based research in Lone Twin projects. / Williams, David (Editor); Lavery, Carl (Editor).

364 p. Aberystwyth, Wales : PR Books. 2011, Edited book with supporting material on practice-based research.

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Co-edited book 'Good Luck Everybody: Lone Twin - Journeys, Performances, Conversations' (Aberystwyth: Performance Research Books, 2011; ISBN 978-1-906499-02-0) and evidence of practice-based research in Lone Twin projects. / Williams, David (Editor); Lavery, Carl (Editor).

364 p. Aberystwyth, Wales : PR Books. 2011, Edited book with supporting material on practice-based research.

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