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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 of Ipswich Poetry Feast est. 2003- Ipswich Poetry Feast
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  • Contents indexed selectively. Only includes winners of the Metro Hotel Ipswich International Award – Open Age Bush Poetry Prize and the Joy Chambers & Reg Grundy Award – Open Age Other Poetry Prize.


* Contents derived from the 2017 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Cynic Routei"When we remember Grandpa we start to reminisce", Kate O'Neil , single work poetry
Up in the Devils Lairi"Where the stony creeks meander and the schist clad hills rise high,", Terry Piggott , single work poetry
The Lady of the Lakesi"Around the outback campfires there’s a yarn l’d often heard", Terry Piggott , single work poetry
The Night The Kids Cooked Dinneri"The children in the rural town Lower Upper Dresher,", Caroline Tuohey , single work poetry
A Racing Talei"Another Mountain Cup was past, another picnic day,", Jim Kent , single work poetry
The Flags that Fly at Castlebrooki"It’s good to be reminded of those people who have been", Noel Stallard , single work poetry
Bandy Billi"I sit tonight by firelight with a heavy aching head,", Jim Kent , single work poetry
Real Time Dream Timei"Today I sit in wonderment, to look upon a scene—­", Kevin Pye , single work poetry
Plywood Crossesi"My footfall in that hallowed hall reverberated meek and small,", Graeme Johnson , single work poetry
Flying to Ipswich in the Company of Saint Jackie Howei"I promised you an adequate poem,", Roger Vickery , single work poetry
From the Wreck : Adam Lindsay Gordon 1833-1870i"What strange and nameless burden leaps in the womb", Jeff Guess , single work poetry
Endurancei"I can do nothing gentle inside today,", Damen O'Brien , single work poetry
Along the Red Dirt Road : Drought Country Sequence, Mark Miller , single work poetry
Appraisali"He had an interesting turn of phrase, sometimes.", Damen O'Brien , single work poetry
Pumpkins and Firewoodi"Old Tom Heywood twenty years dead", Mran-Maree Laing , single work poetry
An Even Greater Feari"The beast devoured the dead at dawn, my son,", David Campbell , single work poetry
The Museumi"The museum is a paint-peeled wooden church with coloured windows", Mran-Maree Laing , single work poetry
Archives of the Feeti"My feet are like my grandmother's -", Jena Woodhouse , single work poetry
Faces in the Seai"Stand in the bow, the night ferry, look down", single work poetry

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