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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Photographs of Jews
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    y separately published work icon 2013 Global Poetry Prize 2013 Longlist : Montreal International Poetry Prize Mary Dalton (editor), Sean O'Brien (editor), Chase Twichell (editor), Niyi Osundare (editor), Keki N. Daruwalla (editor), Kwame Dawes (editor), Michael Harris (editor), Kendel Hippolyte (editor), Medbh McGuckian (editor), Robyn Sarah (editor), Nicolette Stasko (editor), Montreal : Signal Editions , 2013 7421287 2013 anthology poetry Montreal : Signal Editions , 2013 pg. 72-73
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    y separately published work icon Prayers of a Secular World Jordie Albiston (editor), Kevin Brophy (editor), Carlton South : Inkerman and Blunt , 2015 8178688 2015 anthology poetry

    'A meditation on living in a post-religious world, this little book is packed with big ideas about doubt, faith and redemption for the ‘delicate formation of faults’ that runs through human nature.*

    'Reading these droplets of insight about everyday life is a practice in mindfulness offering the opportunity to lift the veil and gaze at eternity.

    '‘A mantra that will keep us in one piece’, as the poet Kim Cheng Boey writes, this book allows us to dwell in uncomfortable ideas.

    'Prayers of a Secular World is a compendium of meditations from over eighty poets including the well-loved Cate Kennedy, Judith Beveridge, Chris Wallace-Crabbe and Mark Tredinnick, award-winning poets such as Christine Paice, Lisa Jacobson, Debbi Hamilton and Lesley Lebkowicz.

    'From their personal experience of our contemporary world, poets such as Ron Pretty, Robyn Rowland, David Brooks and many more have created a language of encounter that is universally resonant. Their blessings and epiphanies, insights and concerns, are the prayer that lives in all of us.' (Publication summary)

    Carlton South : Inkerman and Blunt , 2015
    pg. 86-87
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