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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Rubedo
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Notes

  • Epigraph : "The rubedo is the third stage of human development, the redness of life '... where one discovers passion'. Robert A. Johnson."

Includes

Lila Leaves the Farm i "She'd told Micky the foreman", Julian Zytnik , 1998 single work poetry
— Appears in: New England Review , Winter no. 8 1998; (p. 16) Friendly Street : New Poets Five 1999; (p. 74)
Chocolate i "I drop the tan manila file,", Julian Zytnik , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: Friendly Street : New Poets Five 1999; (p. 70-72)
Nuances i "The colours of your walking", Julian Zytnik , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: Friendly Street : New Poets Five 1999; (p. 73)
Good, Cool, Best i "and all the straight-up good men", Julian Zytnik , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: Friendly Street : New Poets Five 1999; (p. 75)
Smoke Love i ""Let me tell you 'bout my baby -", Julian Zytnik , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: Friendly Street : New Poets Five 1999; (p. 76-77)
Sign i "Under the dim orange street light", Julian Zytnik , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: Friendly Street : New Poets Five 1999; (p. 78-79)
Maya i "One day I want to", Julian Zytnik , 1999 single work poetry
— Appears in: Friendly Street : New Poets Five 1999; (p. 80)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Friendly Street : New Poets Five Friendly Street : New Poets 5 Maureen Vale , Julian Zytnik , Ioana Petrescu , Adelaide Kent Town : Friendly Street Poets Wakefield Press , 1999 Z493045 1999 selected work poetry

    'Ioana Petrescu's poems are sophisticated, witty and eloquent, using elements of play in both a post-modern way and with enough sense of particular personality to communicate with the reader, and not to create distance. She is obviously familiar with international contemporary writing styles, but it is this sense of personality that finally wins over.

    'Maureen Vale writes from within a well recognised world of here and now. Whether she deals with plums (and Eve with a preference for them over apples), 'Figs', 'Going Home', or even exotic subjects like 'Sergei Krikalov Ponders Ten Months in Space' and 'Hypatia's Last Drive', Maureen Vale's poetry is rich with visual images, sense perceptions and a stoic endurance of almost visionary dimensions.

    'Julian Zytnik's collection has the nervous edginess of life today, flashing with as many references and innuendos as a TV commercial yet with an underlying regionalism that defines the particularities of place. South Australian place. Quick as a flicked magazine, yet pervaded by an underlying hurt and vulnerability, these poems flex their muscles and reveal their dangerous inner tenderness.' (Publication summary) 

    Adelaide Kent Town : Friendly Street Poets Wakefield Press , 1999
    pg. 70-80
Last amended 13 May 2002 15:39:32
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