Picnicking on the Safety Ramp sequence   poetry  
Issue Details: First known date: 2013 2013
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7. Unfinished i "We were in Oodnadatta, drinking at the pub", Ron Pretty , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 35-36)
6. Race Day i "The more he's drunk, the more dogmatic he gets;", Ron Pretty , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 34-35)
5. Paradox i "A paradox, says Joe : it is a fact that facts", Ron Pretty , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 34)
4. Decadent i "This is the twenty first century after all", Ron Pretty , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 33)
3. Picnicking on the Safety Ramp i "His old Ford lost its brakes", Ron Pretty , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 32-33)
2. Bread & Circuses i "He's a scrawny little bloke, ginger haired,", Ron Pretty , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 32)
1. The Flying Soap-Box i "Driving out of Taree, pistons in Joe's old Ford", Ron Pretty , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 31)

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