The Separation Sonnets sequence   poetry  
Issue Details: First known date: 1999 1999
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Notes

  • Epigraph: There ought to be some single word for the misery of divorce. - Robert Haas.

Includes

Solitary i "Silence hurts. Whoever invented solitary confinement", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 23)
Apprehended Violence i "You start shouting at me in the supermarket", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 23)
Rising and Falling i "For me, and others too I presume, happiness", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 22)
Dive Bombing i "Before the mortgage and the children we lived", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 22) The Indigo Book of Modern Australian Sonnets 2003; (p. 30)
Natural Remedies i "Over the years I've tried everything: my stomach's", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 21)
The Breadknife i "I remember that holiday in the Warrambungles", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 21)
In the Fez Manner i "I marinate the octopus in garlic and miso (a vegetarian's", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 20)
Dead Animals i "Marriage inevitably leads to oppression. Something", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 20)
The Wedding i "In the middle of this mess I go to a wedding. No gifts,", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 19) The Indigo Book of Modern Australian Sonnets 2003; (p. 53)
Lists i "At the counsellors you recite your list", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 19)
One-minute Dinners i "Life goes on, although you are not always here.", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 18)
The Phone Call i "I took the phone call in the living room", Andy Kissane , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Argument from Desire : The 1999 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 1999; (p. 18)

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