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The Tomb of the Unknown Artist single work   poetry   "When the time finally comes, lay me out"
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 The Tomb of the Unknown Artist
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Author's note: After Grayson Perry

Denim. leather, tinsel, ceramic buttons, polypropylene, polyurethane' glass' Norfolk pine, nails, glue, rope, silk, taffeta, diamante beads, Swarovski crystals, paper, human carcass 
 

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Island no. 152 2018 13236932 2018 periodical issue

    'More days than not, I drive the Channel Highway south of Hobart: kids' after-school obligations, stockfeed to collect, an Island meeting in town or an 'in conversation' to run at Fullers Bookshop. The narrow curves of the road, the insane insouciance of overtaking utes, the dazzling vistas that open towards Bruny Island have already become habitual, a matter of muscle memory. The most notable thing about Oyster Cove, which I pass between the villages of Kettering and Snug, is that the farm shop there is the best place to buy apples. It's also a mobile phone black spot. ' (Geordie Williamson : Editorial introduction)

    2018
    pg. 24
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon In Your Hands The Red Room Company , Sydney : The Red Room Company , 2020 21414272 2020 anthology poetry 'What is a poet without an audience? What is a new book without hands to hold it up to the light? The outbreak of COVID-19 has meant the cancellation of live poetry events and writing festivals Australia wide, resulting in many poets and their publishers losing income and key opportunities to showcase new work, not to mention build readerships and celebrate the words beyond print.
     
    'To offer a little relief in response to this, Red Room Poetry and Oranges & Sardines Foundation have collaborated to create In Your Hands – a free digital collection featuring 80 poems by poets whose recent, current or forthcoming release has been directly affected by the closure of live events. All poets are paid for their contribution to In Your Hands and the collection encourages audiences to buy copies of the books.' (Publication summary)
    Sydney : The Red Room Company , 2020
    pg. 55
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