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Issue Details: First known date: 2012... 2012 The Disappearing Suite
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  • Other formats: Also sound recording.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Disappearing Sydney : The Red Room Company , 2012 Z1884581 2012 anthology poetry multimedia (taught in 1 units)

    The Disappearing is an innovative new [free] app for iPhone, iPad and Android that (literally) explores poetry and place. Transform the world around you with new poems by some of Australia's finest poets, who've created a poetic map charting traces, fragmentary histories, impressions and memories.

    Beginning with a collection of over 100 poems about Sydney, The Disappearing will stretch across Australia during 2012. Along with previously unpublished poetry, The Disappearing features exclusive videos of readings and interviews with poets. Users can upload their own poems to The Disappearing, preserving ideas, emotions and experiences about their own environment that vanish over time (publisher blurb http://redroomcompany.org/projects/disappearing/ sighted 5/9/2012).

    Sydney : The Red Room Company , 2012
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Clear Brightness Kim Cheng Boey , Glebe : Puncher and Wattmann , 2012 6447274 2012 selected work poetry

    'In poems that shuttle between Singapore and Australia, award-winning poet Boey Kim Cheng seeks to establish a new sense of self and home on the shifting ground between memory and imagination. A noodle-maker in Melbourne triggers connective threads to the poet’s birthplace. A train crossing over the Johor-Singapore Causeway evokes the dislocating experience of interstitial existence. After six long years, one of Singapore’s greatest modern voices returns with a work of profound insight and erudition.'(Source: Goodreads website)

    Glebe : Puncher and Wattmann , 2012
    pg. 32-34
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