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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 States of Poetry : New South Wales
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'Series One of the New South Wales  States of Poetry anthology is edited by Elizabeth Allen and features poetry by poems by Susie Anderson, Pam Brown, Toby Fitch, David Malouf, Kate Middleton, and Fiona Wright. ' 

Contents

* Contents derived from the Southbank, South Melbourne - Port Melbourne area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria,:ABR Publications , 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Visitation on Myrtle Streeti"I was woken at some hour", David Malouf , single work poetry (p. https://www.australianbookreview.com.au/poetry/states-of-poetry/3311)
Pyrrai"What slim-hipped beachboy dripping", David Malouf , single work poetry (p. https://www.australianbookreview.com.au/poetry/states-of-poetry/3309)
State Editor's Introduction by Elizabeth Allen, Elizabeth Allen , single work essay

'Editing an anthology of poets from New South Wales is both a wonderful and confronting task. Wonderful because you get to spend close-reading time with the work of poets that you greatly admire; confronting because of all the excellent poets you might include. However, one can take comfort in the fact that this anthology is going to be an annual occurrence, and in that sense cumulative, with a new cohort of six poets each year. I look forward to seeing it unfolding over time in its various iterations, and I feel honoured to present this inaugural collection.' (Introduction)

In Fancy, Toby Fitch , single work poetry
Diva Maintenancei"her temper tanty's sus but your mites say sassy", Toby Fitch , single work poetry
Mauvementi"stunned amidships", Toby Fitch , single work poetry
Democrazyi"u salivate over the lavish merch & navigate the root", Toby Fitch , single work poetry
Gen Yi"daze of body & soul come to a / won’t come to an", Toby Fitch , single work poetry
After Mutabilityi"Perhaps the best cells are the ones we can’t kill off,", Fiona Wright , single work poetry
Crisis Poemi"And suddenly:", Fiona Wright , single work poetry
Potts Pointi"The light's older", Fiona Wright , single work poetry
Set Piecei"Strange, that there are sequences", Fiona Wright , single work poetry
Smith's Lakei"The grass grows longer on the easeway.", Fiona Wright , single work poetry
From the Balcony : Sunday Afternooni"Today in Sunday weather grevillia leaves", David Malouf , single work poetry
Terms of Endearmenti"Sweet nothings in our ear", David Malouf , single work poetry
Late Poemi"A soft October morning,", David Malouf , single work poetry
Time Conquers Alli"all of the businessmen are pleased to be outside on their lunchbreak. young men looking", Susie Anderson , single work poetry
The Busi"I am always on the edge of being careless. if I am leaving a table", Susie Anderson , single work poetry
Small Town Apocalypsei"she used to walk out to the road at the end of town, put her arms", Susie Anderson , single work poetry
Minimum Spendi"at the patisserie the waitresses speak in French to each other", Susie Anderson , single work poetry

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State Editor's Introduction by Elizabeth Allen Elizabeth Allen , 2016 single work essay
— Appears in: States of Poetry : New South Wales 2016;

'Editing an anthology of poets from New South Wales is both a wonderful and confronting task. Wonderful because you get to spend close-reading time with the work of poets that you greatly admire; confronting because of all the excellent poets you might include. However, one can take comfort in the fact that this anthology is going to be an annual occurrence, and in that sense cumulative, with a new cohort of six poets each year. I look forward to seeing it unfolding over time in its various iterations, and I feel honoured to present this inaugural collection.' (Introduction)

State Editor's Introduction by Elizabeth Allen Elizabeth Allen , 2016 single work essay
— Appears in: States of Poetry : New South Wales 2016;

'Editing an anthology of poets from New South Wales is both a wonderful and confronting task. Wonderful because you get to spend close-reading time with the work of poets that you greatly admire; confronting because of all the excellent poets you might include. However, one can take comfort in the fact that this anthology is going to be an annual occurrence, and in that sense cumulative, with a new cohort of six poets each year. I look forward to seeing it unfolding over time in its various iterations, and I feel honoured to present this inaugural collection.' (Introduction)

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