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On Learning a Form of Devotion single work   poetry   "There is a desire to know your own history, to make mass flatter and less obstructive. I push myself to"
Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 On Learning a Form of Devotion
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    y separately published work icon Tell Me Like You Mean It 2 Melbourne : Australian Poetry Cordite Press , 2017 18636629 2017 anthology poetry

    'Tell Me Like You Mean It is a free e-chapbook guest-edited by Melody Paloma, and published as a partnership between Australian Poetry and Cordite Poetry Review. The national publication features new work from 20 young and emerging poets, and is yours for free.

    'The future of poetry in Australia is bright and full of promise – the voices here offer just a taste of what’s to come. Enjoy them at your leisure and share freely.'  (Publication summary)

    Melbourne : Australian Poetry Cordite Press , 2017
    pg. 26
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