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Thirty Australian poets

Author: Felicity Plunkett
Publisher: St Lucia, Qld., Australia : University of Queensland Press, 2011.
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Overview: In celebrating a burgeoning, vibrant, and talented group of Australian poets born after 1968, this anthology comprehensively details a groundbreaking generation that renewed and reinvigorated poetry in Australia. Exploring a 40-year body of work that has pushed the boundaries, it showcases a wonderful diversity of voices and styles, from reimagined versions of traditional forms to the experimental and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Felicity Plunkett
ISBN: 9780702239144 0702239143 9780702247613 0702247618
OCLC Number: 731733380
Notes: Poems.
Description: xviii, 285 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Preface / Felicity Plunkett --
Introduction / David McCooey --
Ali Alizadeh: --
Listening to Michael Jackson in Tehran --
Exile and entropy --
Marco Polo --
I, the monster --
Rumi --
Louis Armand: --
Patrick White as a headland --
Utzon --
Something like the weather --
Roland Robinson's grendel & death in custody --
Emily Ballou: --
Plums --
In the old library --
Plunge --
She played --
Lizards' first law of inertia --
Judith Bishop: --
It begins where you stand --
Openings --
Issuance --
Michael Brennan: --
Letter home (I've tried not to think) --
Letter home (These are strange lands) --
Other --
Letter home (I find him) --
Rebirth --
Michelle Cahill: --
Two souls --
Kissing hamlet --
Stinking mantra --
Night birds --
Elizabeth Campbell: --
Proverb --
Fear --
Dalkey island --
Justin Clemens: --
Trying to buy that what they have not got --
Whirl --
Down --
Morning --
Balladia libidinalia --
Joel Deane: --
Guantanamo --
Man to woman --
Divertimento --
I build a little house where our hearts once lived --
Kate Fagan: --
Dadabase --
Little song --
Concrete poem --
Letter 4: On reality --
Letter 11: Agape (reprise) --
Jane Gibian: --
Tidemark --
Sound piece --
Continuity --
Pats of the tongue --
Ardent --
Summer sequence --
Lisa Gorton: --
Dreams and artefacts --
Humanity of abstract painting --
Mistletoe --
Affair --
Libby Hart: --
In development --
Dream jar --
Lone figure-Malin head --
Woman drawing the curtains of her bedroom-Carrick-on-Shannon --
Lone figure-Annaghmakerrig --
Widower sitting on the edge of his bed-Kinsale --
Woman-Bray head --
Sarah Holland-Butt: --
This landscape before me --
Orchid house --
Night sonnet --
Sewing room --
Art disappearing --
LK Holt: --
Children and the world --
False starts --
Girls --
Portrait with red bird --
From inside the MRI scanner --
Emma Jones: --
Tiger in the menagerie --
Conversation --
Paradise --
Painting --
Painted tigers --
Danijela Kambaskovic-Sawers: --
Migrant writer on a bus (Thinking of Kundera) --Rapunzel to the prince 3 --
Circe to Ulysses 5 --
Williad (Epic on the epic, Ecriture Feminine): the writer and the monsters of child and housework --
Return to Kalevala --
Bronwyn Lea: --
Two ways out --
Antipodes --
Chinese foot --
Nightgown --
Flood --
Born again --
Cameron Lowe: --
Sum --
Something like a leaf --
Morning light --
Requested --
John Mateer: --
Ode --
Splitter falls, Lorne --
Those immigrants --
One year --
Long man of Wilmington --
Kate Middleton: --
Queen's ocean --
Colorado River prayer --
Your feet/love poem --
Last poem --
Esther Ottaway: --
Ocean nocturne --
Liminal love songs --
Dimension and light --
Claire Potter: --
Eurydice's cellar --
While --
Ladies of the canon --
Mermaids in the basement --
David Prater: --
Sunbathing --
Oz --
Lady land --
Lurker --
A821-4 --
Nick Riemer: --
Bird, the year --
Park Andre Citroen in winter --
Meaning plain: 40 aerial shots --
Thing you're in --
Jaya Savige: --
Summer fig --
Dransfield in Bavaria --
Pain switch --
La Quercia del Tasso --
Maria Takolander: --
Tableaux --
Canastra for lovers --
Anaesthetic --
Unborn --
47 degrees --
Samuel Wagan Watson: --
Floodlight sonatas --
Jetty nights --
Bone yard, South Brisbane --
Revolver --
Night racing --
Simon West: --
To wake in someone else's dream --
Volatiles --
Minor sense --
Anemograms --
Out of the wood of thoughts --
Marnpi Rockhole by Mick Namarara Tjapaltjarri --
Petra White: --
Magnolia tree --
Karri Forest --
Notes for the time being --
Gone --
About the contributors --
Acknowledgments.
Other Titles: 30 Australian poets
Responsibility: edited by Felicity Plunkett.

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Overview: In celebrating a burgeoning, vibrant, and talented group of Australian poets born after 1968, this anthology comprehensively details a groundbreaking generation that renewed and reinvigorated poetry in Australia. Exploring a 40-year body of work that has pushed the boundaries, it showcases a wonderful diversity of voices and styles, from reimagined versions of traditional forms to the experimental and avant-garde.

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