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Shepherdson, Nathan

Nathan Shepherdson lives in the Glasshouse Mountains in south-east Queensland. In 2005, he won the Thomas Shapcott Poetry Prize for his beautiful, elegiac volume of poetry Sweeping the Light Back into the Mirror. It went on to win and be shortlisted for a number of other awards. Apples with Human Skin is his second volume of poetry.<#InMedia#><#AuthorVideo#><#AuthorWebsite#><#AuthorTwitter#><#AuthorFaceBook#>
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Apples With Human Skin

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This new work by award-winning poet Nathan Shepherdson travels through visionary histories and wildly original spaces of philosophical enchantment and emotional resonance. Engaging with other artists from Austrian poet Georg Trakl to visual artists Lawrie Daws and Lucas Cranach the Elder, there is a vital sense of poetry in dialogue with the world.


Sweeping The Light Back Into The Mirror

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No. 08 every word we ever said to each other laid side by side on the white grass each tied with a single strand of your black hair