Issue Details: First known date: 2009 2009
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'In this edition, we're taking a literary road trip with poets Martin Harrison and Samuel Wagan Watson.

In 2005, these two writers got together to read and discuss their work, both privately and with an audience at the Sydney Writers' Festival. Their readings form a conversation, a dialogue of poems, as they travel through urban and outback landscapes, noting the imagery of life on the road from their different perspectives.'

Source: A Pod of Poets website, Sighted: 19/06/2009


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Australian Broadcasting Corporation , 2009 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Roadside Near Hillstoni"Crow on a fence-post in winter light", Martin Harrison , 2008 single work poetry
A Bent Neck Black and Flustered Feather Malleei"deadened crow with eternal lockjaw", Sam Wagan Watson , 2000 single work poetry
The Thousand-Yard Starei"I remember Lou-Lou in a blue sarong", Sam Wagan Watson , 2002 single work poetry

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      Australian Broadcasting Corporation , 2009 .
      Link: Web resource Sighted: 19/06/2009
      Series: y A Pod of Poets Australian Broadcasting Corporation (publisher), Australia : Australian Broadcasting Corporation , 2009 Z1567002 2009 series - publisher poetry

      'A Pod of Poets is a series of eleven, 40-minute podcasts of Australian poetry, read by the authors. The poets come from all over Australia; some are emerging talents and some are established; several of them are on the school syllabus.'

      The website provides audio downloads as well as transcripts, photographs, interviews, and more. The site is designed to be 'an ongoing resource for researchers, schools, universities and the general podcast audience.'

      Souce: A Pod of Poets website,
      Sighted: 11/03/2009

Last amended 19 Jun 2009
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