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  • Author:agent Joanne Burns
Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Introduction
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'In this selection of poems, Lee Cataldi writes in a spare, lean, direct way, steered by an aesthetic of restraint. She often uses internal spacing and short stanzas to re-enforce her measure. A sense of loss inhabits a number of the poems. Cataldi has worked as a teacher and linguist in Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory and Western Australia. In ‘the opening of the children’s centre in Balgo’ the language centre seems to have gone' (Introduction)

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