High Country, Behind Hobart single work   poetry   "The brow of The Mountain has wrinkled"
Issue Details: First known date: 1996 1996
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  • Appears in:
    y Famous Reporter no. 13. June 1996 Z612210 1996 periodical issue 1996 pg. 15
  • Appears in:
    y Moorilla Mosaic : Contemporary Tasmanian Writing Robyn Mathison (editor), Lyn Reeves (editor), North Hobart : Bumble-bee Books , 2001 Z931861 2001 anthology poetry

    'Contemporary Tasmanian writing by: Raymond Allan; Ivy Alvarez; Colin Berry; MML Bliss; RL Broughton; James Charlton; Robert Cox; Sarah Day; Adrienne Eberhard; Stephen Edgar; Pete Hay; Anne Kellas; Karen Knight; Norma Knight; Tony Koslow; Anthony Lawrence; Robyn Mathison; Sue Moss; David Owen; Louise Oxley; Bruce Penn; Lyn Reeves; Andrew Sant; Edith Speers; Tim Thorne; Philomena van Rijswijk; Liz Winfield. Moorilla Mosaic is a vibrant collection of work by the 27 writers who read during the first year of the Moorilla Cultural Series at the Moorilla Museum of Antiquities. The anthology highlights the richness and diversity of current writing by established and emerging poets and prose writers in Tasmania. All contributors are widely published, some recognised nationally and internationally, while others are at the beginning of their writing careers. Beautifully designed by graphic artist, Lynda Warner, the cover features a detail from one of the museum's collection of mosaics and is a tactile and visual delight.' (Publication summary)

    North Hobart : Bumble-bee Books , 2001
    pg. 26
  • Appears in:
    y Luminous Bodies James Charlton , Dynnyrne : Montpelier Press , 2002 Z945015 2002 selected work poetry Dynnyrne : Montpelier Press , 2002 pg. 17
Last amended 12 Jun 2009 09:03:09
Subjects:
  • Hobart, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • Mount Wellington, Hobart, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
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