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'Not many writers have the gift of turning visual works into poetry that is not static. Still fewer have the gift of turning fine poetry into a good read. Amelia Walker has both gifts. This is not surprising: an emerging writer, Walker is highly regarded as a poet and performer of her own work, and has toured in Australia, India and North America. Her scholarly work and (auto)fictions have also won a variety of prizes. Her new book, Dreamday, is an unpaginated verse novella. You will not need page numbers. Before you know it, you will have found yourself unable to stop. Before you know it, you will have fallen under the spell of the speaking persona.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon TEXT : Journal of Writing and Writing Courses vol. 22 no. 1 April Dallas J. Baker (editor), Craig Batty (editor), 2018 13995593 2018 periodical issue

    'Scholarly contributions to this issue of TEXT include a broad range of topics from reflective practice, improvisation, and collaborative writing as method, to questions of examination, experimentation, misinterpretation and activism.' (Source : Editorial)

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  • Dreamday Amelia Walker , 2017 selected work poetry
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