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1963 Pitt Street single work   poetry   "In the Athenaeum Club, the gamblers are still at it,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1985... 1985 1963 Pitt Street
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    y separately published work icon Off the Record TT. O , Ringwood : Penguin , 1985 Z341498 1985 anthology poetry Ringwood : Penguin , 1985 pg. 192
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Night Flowers 'Thalia' , Melbourne : Collective Effort Press , 1988 Z396506 1988 selected work poetry Melbourne : Collective Effort Press , 1988 pg. 30
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Thalia: New and Selected Poems 'Thalia' , Melbourne : Collective Effort Press , 1998 Z493360 1998 selected work poetry Melbourne : Collective Effort Press , 1998 pg. 71
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    With title: '63 Pitt St.

    With first line: In the Atheneon Club

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    y separately published work icon Saloni M 1999-2005 Z1397344 1999-2005 website (From the website's index page)

    Saloni M celebrates diversity and collaboration through word, art, film, music, dance and banquet.

    Saloni M brings together a group of Artists (writers, poets, painters, filmmakers, musicians and performers) willing to explore what 'Mediterranean' means to them. Whether through heritage, culture, politics, personal or public history... these Artists feel connected to the Mediterranean.

    Saloni M is also about artist and audience embarking on a reciprocal learning process. Acknowledging and celebrating diversity and a multiplicity of identities brings with it the rewards of understanding and connection.

    1999-2005
    Note: This poem was read at Saloni Mediterranean, March 18, 1999
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