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1 edition of Recent Queensland poetry found in the catalog.

Recent Queensland poetry

Recent Queensland poetry

  • 30 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Refulgence Publishers in Deception Bay, Queensland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Queensland,
  • Australia,
  • Queensland.
    • Subjects:
    • Australian poetry -- Australia -- Queensland.,
    • Australian poetry -- 20th century.,
    • Queensland -- Poetry.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Greg McCart.
      ContributionsMcCart, Greg.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR9615.7 .R4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination101 p. ;
      Number of Pages101
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4938648M
      LC Control Number76365890

        In , Mr Palmer was invited to the Queensland Poetry Festival to read from a self-published book of love poetry he wrote in the s. He has also revealed his .   Alan Wearne has been part of the Australian poetry scene since and is the author of three verse collections, a verse novella, two verse novels and Kicking in Danger, a satire on Melbourne's first volume of his verse novel, The Lovemakers, won the New South Wales Premier's Literary Award for Poetry, the New South Wales Premier's Literary Award for Book of the Year and the Released on: Octo

      PANACEA POETS administers our new series: a twice-weekly booster of short readings from wonderful poets via youtube. You can check out the very first Panacea Poet, Fiona Wright, here. The book is the second in a trilogy of illustrated poetry, and dedicated to Mrs Gardner's youngest son, a university student, Michael. 'There's a special link with each son in each book,' she said. Mrs Gardner, a University of Queensland arts graduate, dedicated the first in the series, The Rainbow Cat, to her eldest son Julian, a former.

        People’s Choice Queensland Book of the Year ($10,) Adani, Following Its Dirty Footsteps: A personal story (Lindsay Simpson, Spinifex) QUT Digital Literature Award ($15,) V[R]ignettes by Mez Breeze; Judith Wright Calanthe Award for a poetry collection ($10,) Blakwork (Alison Whittaker, Magabala). State Library of Queensland SLQ, QSL. Cultural Centre Brisbane, Queensland Map It Australia Voice: +61 7 Fax: +61 7 Email: [email protected]


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John Leonard was born in the UK and came to Australia in He completed a PhD at the University of Queensland and was poetry editor of Overland (Melbourne) from to He has six collections of poetry, the most recent being Wordfall.

His poetry has been translated into French, Croatian, Spanish and Chinese and published in those. Established inUniversity of Queensland Press (UQP) is an Australian publishing house.

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Carey. What is Queensland Poetry. ‘a “Queensland poet,” as the term is understood in this book, is one who, while resident in Queensland, has produced and published either the whole of his known verse or a sufficiently large proportion of it’.

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It won the Scanlon Prize for Indigenous Poetry. Her second book is “Purple Threads,” which won the David Unaipon Award for an unpublished Indigenous story in any genre.

It was later published by the University of Queensland Press. Her most recent book is “Walk Back Over” (Cordite). Graham Akhurst is an Aboriginal writer and academic hailing from the Kokomini of Northern Queensland. He has been published in Mascara Literary Review, Westerly, and Connect the Dots Journal for creative non-fiction, and the Australian Book Review, Cordite, VerityLa, and Off the Coast (Maine, America) for poetry.

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