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y separately published work icon Conglomerate selected work   poetry  
Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Conglomerate
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'They had pressed through the early discomfort of their slack suburban muscles into true track hardiness, lean and strong, but had then stepped further into a new phase: vicious cramps, the sweat dissolving their joints. The slow, patient wear and tear needling away and sewing them a suit of weariness and strain that covered their whole bodies.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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    • Hobart, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,: A Published Event , 2017 .
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      Extent: 96p.p.
      ISBN: 9780995393271
      Series: y separately published work icon Lost Rocks Hobart : A Published Event , 2017-2021 17408633 2017 series - publisher poetry

      'Lost Rocks (2017–21) is an ambitious, slow-publishing artwork – a library of forty books, four books published twice yearly for the next five years. Forty single traces, ten dynamic seams, or one spectacular forty-rock Lost Rocks Library. Brought to life by Australian artists Justy Phillips and Margaret Woodward (A Published Event) and composed by forty contemporary artists from around the world, Lost Rocks is an accumulative event of mineralogical, metaphysical and metallurgical telling.'

      Source: A Published Event.

      Number in series: 6
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