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Not the Postage Stamp of the Christmas Island Pipistrelle! single work   poetry   "To drag you back into viability"
  • Author:agent John Kinsella
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Not the Postage Stamp of the Christmas Island Pipistrelle!
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    y separately published work icon PAN no. 14 December 2018 16863116 2018 periodical issue 'Issue 14 of Philosophy Activism Nature lovingly celebrates the life and work of anthropologist and multi-species ethnographer, Deborah Bird Rose; it is also dedicated to the flying fox and wild dog in all of us who live in her enduring light.' (Editorial introduction) 2018 pg. 92-93
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    y separately published work icon A Line in the Sand Seaforth : Pantera Press , 2023 26831512 2023 anthology poetry 'An anthology spanning 20 years, 80 projects and 1200 commissioned poets with a body of original poetic work unlike any other literary organisation. Featuring 80 poems that are highly representative of both contemporary poetry as a form as well as drawing on a multitude of voices across the history of Red Room from a number of projects including Poem Forest, Mad Poetry, Writing in Resistance and Poetry in First Languages. The collection showcases some of our leading poets and writers, marginalised voices, First Nation poets, musicians, spoken word and hip hop artists, emerging young writers and public figures, including Archie Roach, Bruce Pascoe, Ali Cobby Eckerman, Dr Karl, Grace Tame and more.' (Publication summary) Seaforth : Pantera Press , 2023
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