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Laugharen sequence   poetry  
Alternative title: Laugharne
Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 Laugharen
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Includes

First Shrine i "a quiet. empty", David Cookson , 1996 single work poetry
— Appears in: Four W , no. 7 1996; (p. 30) Friendly Street : New Poets Two 1996; (p. 73)
Second Shrine i "His first editions, so few, dust jackets dog-eared, lean against one another", David Cookson , 1996 single work poetry
— Appears in: Four W , no. 7 1996; (p. 30) Friendly Street : New Poets Two 1996; (p. 73)
Third Shrine i "the lilt hushes as I enter", David Cookson , 1996 single work poetry
— Appears in: Four W , no. 7 1996; (p. 31) Friendly Street : New Poets Two 1996; (p. 74)
Fourth Shrine i "he had the knack to get attention", David Cookson , 1996 single work poetry
— Appears in: Four W , no. 7 1996; (p. 31) Friendly Street : New Poets Two 1996; (p. 74)
Epilogue for the Fourth Shrine i "Propped against his cross", David Cookson , 1996 single work poetry
— Appears in: Four W , no. 7 1996; (p. 32) Friendly Street : New Poets Two 1996; (p. 75)
Fifth Shrine i "but for the blue plaque on the wall", David Cookson , 1996 single work poetry
— Appears in: Four W , no. 7 1996; (p. 32) Friendly Street : New Poets Two 1996; (p. 75)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Alternative title: Laugharne
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Friendly Street : New Poets Two Anna Brooks , Jenny Weight , David Cookson , Adelaide Kent Town : Friendly Street Poets Wakefield Press , 1996 Z528260 1996 selected work poetry

    'Cast off deliciously into the night. Delicious, provocative, uncompromising. Anna Brook's poetry speaks powerfully of sensualilty, vulnerability, and of delight in intimate meetings with nature.

    'On the threshold we purchase a nip of designer danger. With wit and irony, Jenny Weight flies you beyond the comfort zone into outer space then navigates the way back to urban space. A journey with attitude.

    'Your words rattle around me like gravel on a roof. You'll enjoy the sharp, satisfying impact of David Cookson's images as he provides a lively and humorous commentary on people and events. There's sensuality here too; tomatoes never tasted so good.' (Publication summary)

    Adelaide Kent Town : Friendly Street Poets Wakefield Press , 1996
    pg. 73-75
Last amended 26 Nov 2002 15:47:09
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