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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Air-Dancer
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Alternative title: Bailarín de aire
First line of verse: "did I look for you?=¿Te he buscado a ti?"
Language: Spanish , English
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    y separately published work icon Earth Mirror Espejo de Tierra O'Malley : Chilean Embassy, Australia , 2008 Z1520701 2008 anthology poetry

    'The hardcover anthology Espejo de Tierra / Earth Mirror: An Anthology of Chilean Mapuche and Australian Aboriginal Poetry, showcases the work of five Mapuche and five Australia Indigenous poets in both English and Spanish translation, and the works of Chilean and Australian Indigenous visual artists.

    With introductions by renowned Chilean poet Gonzalo Rojas and University of Sydney scholar and poet Peter Minter, this innovative publication highlights the similarities and links between two ancient and revered cultures.' Andrew Potter

    O'Malley : Chilean Embassy, Australia , 2008
    pg. 150-157
    Note: A poem in ten numbered untitled parts.
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