What the Plum Trees Were Doing single work   poetry   "What the plum trees were doing as the evening slowed"
Issue Details: First known date: 2008 2008
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  • Appears in:
    y Amber Contains the Sun : A Poetry Anthology Flora Smith (editor), Vivienne Glance (editor), Chris Konrad (editor), Carol Millner (editor), Sally Clarke (editor), Western Australia : Quintessence : Five WA Poets , 2008 Z1638926 2008 anthology poetry Western Australia : Quintessence : Five WA Poets , 2008 pg. 17
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    y The Softness of Water Vivienne Glance , Cottesloe : Sunline Press , 2009 Z1687347 2009 selected work poetry Cottesloe : Sunline Press , 2009 pg. 13
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    y "22" Perth : Western Australia Western Australia. Department of Education , 2009 Z1795356 2009 reference “22” is a poetry resource that has been developed for use in secondary schools in Western Australia. The resource comprises an audio CD featuring 20 Western Australian poets reading selected works. The CD is supported with an accompanying text publication, in addition to individual lesson plans relating to each of the 22 poems featured on the CD. The lesson plans have been developed specifically to assist teachers to make maximum use of the resource in the classroom. Perth : Western Australia Western Australia. Department of Education , 2009 pg. 6
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    y Notes for the Translators : From 142 New Zealand and Australian Poets Christopher Kelen (editor), Macao : Association of Stories in Macao , 2012 Z1920358 2012 anthology poetry Macao : Association of Stories in Macao , 2012 pg. 152-155
    Note: Includes explanatory notes for translators.
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