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Is part of For Gwen Harwood Graeme Hetherington , 1996 sequence poetry
Issue Details: First known date: 1980... 1980 For Gwen Harwood
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon LiNQ Literature in North Queensland vol. 8 no. 3 Cheryl Frost (editor), 1980 Z656600 1980 periodical issue 1980 pg. 18
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Voices vol. 6 no. 2 Winter 1996 Z600549 1996 periodical issue 1996 pg. 58
    Note: With title: [Untitled]. Part 1 of a sequence For Gwen Harwood.
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    y separately published work icon The Write Stuff Showcase of Tasmanian Poetry vol. 7 2003 Z1034889 2003 periodical issue 2003
    Note: With title: [Untitled]. Part 1 of a sequence For Gwen Harwood.
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    y separately published work icon Behind the Masks : Gwen Harwood Remembered by Her Friends Robyn Mathison (editor), Robert Cox (editor), Port Adelaide : Ginninderra Press , 2015 8876680 2015 anthology biography

    '‘I wonder sometimes if the literary pests are writing memoirs: “The last time I saw her she was pale and sick but smiling bravely.”’ So mused the dying Gwen Harwood in a letter written a few months before she succumbed to cancer. Nearly two decades have passed since she wrote that, but no memoir or biography of the loved and estimable poet has yet appeared. While her poems and the two published volumes of her correspondence enable us to hear her speaking about herself and her life, and people and things that mattered to her, in these pages her friends and acquaintances – no ‘literary pests’ these – tell for the first time about the Gwen Harwood they knew, woman and poet. Their recollections are warm and affectionate, and sometimes surprising. Some might even be thought shocking.' (Source: Online)

    Port Adelaide : Ginninderra Press , 2015
    pg. 77-79
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