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How the search for an out-of-print book led a refugee to build a hit publishing company

SBS Saturday, 13 June 2020
Peter Deng came to Australia as a refugee from South Sudan after spending a decade in a Kenyan refugee camp. He has now established an independent book publishing company at the centre of a worldwide boom in African literature.
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