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Issue Details: First known date: 2002... 2002 Granny Smiths in a Bowl
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    y separately published work icon Friendly Street Poetry Reader : Twenty-Six Friendly Street Poetry Reader 26 Ioana Petrescu (editor), David Adès (editor), Adelaide Kent Town : Friendly Street Poets Wakefield Press , 2002 Z946285 2002 anthology poetry

    'During the past year, Friendly Street audiences have experienced riotous performance poems, dramatic monologues, a dash of opera, nervous first-timers, sprinklings of comedy, an impassioned reading from the Melbourne poet, Alan Wearne, and much more. Some of this diversity is represented in this reader.' (Publication summary)

    Adelaide Kent Town : Friendly Street Poets Wakefield Press , 2002
    pg. 18
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    y separately published work icon Friendly Street : New Poets Eight Friendly Street : New Poets 8 David Mortimer , Tess Driver , Elaine Barker , Kent Town : Friendly Street Poets Wakefield Press , 2003 Z1049207 2003 selected work poetry

    'The Windmill's Song is a well-grounded convincing evocation of childhood, of a particular past. There is colour, movement, and human interaction, a real sense of life and the details of living. Elaine Barker writes with a relaxed tone and an easy discipline of diction.

    'Tess Driver achieves a quiet intimate tone through well-judged silences and understatement. Kite Lady is an atmospheric collection ranging from land to sea yet focused by a deft use of detail and crisp visual images.

    'The poems in David Mortimer's Fine Rain Straight Down are intellectually decisive and linguistically playful - aural, ironic and surprising. A good sense of rhythm and timing enhance this richly varying collection.' (Publication summary)

    Kent Town : Friendly Street Poets Wakefield Press , 2003
    pg. 74
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