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Glasshouses
Glasshouses
Stuart Barnes


Winner of the 2015 Thomas Shapcott Prize for Poetry


Comfort Food
Comfort Food
Ellen van Neerven


Following on from the success of her award-winning fiction debut, Heat and Light, Ellen van Neerven announces herself as a talented poet with this assured collection.


Jack & Mollie (& Her)
Jack & Mollie (& H...
Jordie Albiston


A striking new work from one of Australia’s most inventive poets. Vibrantly playful and formally extraordinary, Albiston’s exuberant long poem captures the voices of two very likeable dogs and ...


Eating My Grandmother: A Grief Cycle
Eating My Grandmot...
Krissy Kneen


The highly anticipated first collection of poetry from award-winning author Krissy Kneen. Winner of the Thomas Shapcott Prize for Poetry.


The Hazards
The Hazards
Sarah Holland-Bat...


The Hazards is a dazzling and inventive second collection from award-winning poet Sarah Holland-Batt.


Open House
Open House
David Brooks


A striking new poetry collection from the author of The Conversation


Love Poems and Death Threats
Love Poems and Dea...
Samuel Wagan Wats...


The much-anticipated new volume of poetry from the winner of the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards Book of the Year


The Special
The Special
David Stavanger


Both fun and playful, Stavanger’s poems display wit and beguiling originality. They shift from the oddball to the vulnerable and from the zany to the deeply meditative.


Earth Hour
Earth Hour
David Malouf


A breathtaking new volume of poetry from an Australian literary icon.


Night Writing
Night Writing
Kathryn Lomer


A vivid collection of poetry from the winner of the NSW Premier's Literary Awards Kenneth Slessor poetry prize. With sensual, fresh and graceful energies, Kathryn Lomer’s Night Writing is a collection ...



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Stuart Barnes features in the much loved Riverbend Poetry series.