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People from the pit stand up

Author: Sam Duckor-Jones
Publisher: Wellington : Victoria University Press, 2018. ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Sam Duckor-Jones's wonderfully fresh, funny, dishevelled poems are alive with art-making and fuelled by a hunger for intimacy."--Publisher.
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Genre/Form: New Zealand poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sam Duckor-Jones
ISBN: 9781776561933 1776561937
OCLC Number: 1042120801
Notes: Poems.
Description: 109 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Text message --
You are here. Introductions --
Domestic --
Return --
Kārearea. When birds pronounce their short metal scrapes and withering twirls --
People from the pit stand up. Scene --
Score --
Costume --
Cuisine --
Romance --
Publicity --
Bouquet --
Coda --
Sensitive boys --
Ballade --
Suburban rescue --
On isolation --
Speaking diary --
Blood work --
Prologue --
Instructions --
Some considerations --
Life model --
Further to your health --
Make your own damn truth --
Newborn --
Muscles --
Constructed skin --
Clay man speaks --
It's good to live in a house full of golems --
Installation day --
Installed --
You're gonna be a star --
Spin --
Press --
Salon des refusés --
Requiem --
Befriend the blurry silhouette --
Sometimes you look in the mirror & ask --
Auckland (epilogue) --
Nudes on loan. Sightseeing --
Full-length mirror --
Shopping --
Paul Rosano reclining --
Everything is going to be ok --
Text message --
Further studies --
Notes for a dinner party --
Kim Hill interviews a famous artist --
One good way to stay big in an empty house --
Two ways of going to sleep --
How female-admirer dream narratives run rampant through the gay collective: two reports --
Lawns. Unmown --
Slippery Slope --
Mown --
Of the poets --
Kibbutz 2001 --
Gardening detail --
Reverie --
Meanwhile west of Kaiwaewae --
Heritage --
I'm saying kill 'em all --
Daffodil day --
Years passed, just like that --
Onwards and upwards --
Souvenir --
On intimacy --
Untitled --
Unending --
Poem about love --
Motorbikes on the beach --
Regeneration --
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