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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Geoff Page Reviews Bull Days by Tina Giannoukos
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'Tina Giannoukos’s first book, In a Bigger City (Five Islands Press 2005), was a highly evocative and rather unsparing portrait of Melbourne at the time. The observations were close and clear-eyed, the tone generally colloquial. There was also a considerable social range in the poems though many of the protagonists seemed to be somewhat down on their luck.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Mascara Literary Review #UNFUNDED no. 20 April 2017 11131909 2017 periodical issue

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    April 2017


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  • Bull Days Tina Giannoukos 2016 selected work poetry
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