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Fault Lines single work   poetry   "Our brave words and faces can both be opaque, but this"
Issue Details: First known date: 2021... 2021 Fault Lines
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    y separately published work icon Australian Poetry Journal vol. 11 no. 1 Stuart Barnes (editor), Claire Gaskin (editor), 2021 22599589 2021 periodical issue poetry 'For this issue of APJ we read, with exhilaration and appreciation, more than 700 poems—the sort of ‘proper work’ Mary Oliver talks about in her poem ‘Yes! No!’—by emerging, mid-career and established poets familiar and unfamiliar, from across Australia and beyond. We considered free verse and formal poems (sestinas, a cento pantoum, a centocartography), as well as prose, concrete and ekphrastic poems.' (Editorial introduction) 2021 pg. 23
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