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Divine Comedy: Journeys Through A Regional Geography
Divine Comedy: Jou...
John Kinsella


Inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy, John Kinsella’s ‘distractions’ create a world in which heaven, hell and purgatory co-exist. Set in the wheatbelt zone of Western Australia, Kinsella’s Divine Comedy ...


Aria
Aria
Sarah Holland-Bat...


Sarah Holland-Batt’s Aria, winner of the 2007 Thomas Shapcott Poetry Prize, is a striking debut. Like piano music heard througha high window, the language is haunting but entirely of this world. The p ...


The Balcony
The Balcony
David Brooks


From the snowy balconies of Central Europe to the white-hot suburbs of Sydney, these poems surface from the depths of a life learning to live to the fullest. Affirming that erotic love is one of the h ...


Bark
Bark
Anthony Lawrence


'Anthony Lawrence, one of our finest and fiercest poets, writes a poetry that is punning, lyrical, memorialising, angry and political.' - Lyn McCredden


Anonymous Premonition
Anonymous Premonit...
Yvette Holt


'Anonymous Premonition is lyrical and luscious but it is also poetic activism that packs a punch. In discussing pride in identity, painful memories, the realities of Aboriginal life and death, and the ...


Revolving Days: Selected Poems
Revolving Days: Se...
David Malouf


From the author of the groundbreaking Bicycle and Other Poems, and the best-selling Typewriter Music, Revolving Days is a resplendent, up-to-the-minute collection of poetry.


The Best Australian Poetry 2007
The Best Australia...
John Tranter
Bronwyn Lea


The Best Australian Poetry 2007 celebrates the vibrancy and force of poetryin Australia now. Guest Editor John Tranter, one of Australia’s most important poets, brings his substantial reputation as an ...


Parts Of Speech
Parts Of Speech
Angela Gardner


The birds respond following as if agreed a chromatic complicated edge. Point and counterpoint the singing river. Downstream the birds – a final grace note. ‘Angela Gardner’s first book introduces a p ...


Two Kinds Of Silence
Two Kinds Of Silen...
Kathryn Lomer


I would like to sit with you in the depths of black water, up to my neck in it, the pebbles on our tongues, in our palms and pockets, arms around you, hands under you, ...


Old/New World
Old/New World
Peter Skrzynecki


Today, I stare for hours at the photograph and wonder who took it and why, of a mother standing with her son in her arms, in a Displaced Persons’ camp – in northern Germany after there’s been a World ...



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