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Sting-Ray, Whyalla single work   poetry   "Under iron circles still turning"
  • Author:agent Graham Rowlands
Issue Details: First known date: 1984... 1984 Sting-Ray, Whyalla
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Patterns vol. 3 no. 2 March - April 1984 Z1032990 1984 periodical issue 1984 pg. 3
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Friendly Street Poetry Reader : Nine Friendly Street Poetry Reader no.9 Graham Rowlands (editor), Pauline Wardleworth (editor), Unley : Friendly Street Poets , 1985 Z394692 1985 anthology poetry Unley : Friendly Street Poets , 1985 pg. 99
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Something Rich and Strange : Sea Changes, Beaches and the Littoral in the Antipodes Sue Hosking (editor), Rick Hosking (editor), Rebecca Pannell (editor), Nena Bierbaum (editor), Adelaide : Wakefield Press , 2009 Z1686664 2009 anthology criticism poetry Beaches are places of contact, play, confrontation and friction: first comers always arrive on a beach. After Europeans moved into the Antipodes, the coast was the first frontier to be defined. Flinders’ circumnavigation in 1802 had mapped ‘Australia’, revealing the land as ‘girt by sea’, as the national anthem continues to remind us. All kinds of ideas about the coast, beaches, sea changes, holiday places and islands swirl and eddy in this unique collection of writing. (Publisher's website) Adelaide : Wakefield Press , 2009 pg. 176-177
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  • Whyalla, Whyalla area, Northern Eyre Peninsula, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia,
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