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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Tableland Phantoms
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  • Originally published digitally by Retort Books.

    Republished in its entirety on Bareknuckle Poet.

  • Unpaginated.
  • Author's note: This suite of poems I composed in the last months of 2010 while living in a tin shed on the banks of Lake Tinaroo in the Atherton Tablelands, North Queensland, Australia. Lake Tinaroo is an artificial lake. When the valley was flooded in1953 an entire town was submerged. The name of this town was Kulara.


* Contents derived from the
Retort Books , 2013 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Labour Painsi"Winding up the Palmerston into the mists of Milla Milla", Brentley Frazer , single work poetry
Irukandji Sailsi"A Ranger found", Brentley Frazer , single work poetry
Kingi"I'm living in a shed", Brentley Frazer , single work poetry
Where Kulara Sleepsi"The animus of dead timber-getters reflects", Brentley Frazer , single work poetry
Night Tigeri"Numb, now.", Brentley Frazer , single work poetry
With the Wind, Cellphone Reception, and Random Memoriesi"I feel like a terrible Thespian, or maybe a great", Brentley Frazer , single work poetry

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