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Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 2004 Rumi
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    y separately published work icon Going Down Swinging no. 22 2004 Z1293655 2004 periodical issue 2004 pg. 122-123
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    y separately published work icon Eyes in Times of War Ali Alizadeh , Cambridge : Salt Publishing , 2006 Z1290848 2006 selected work poetry 'This collection of poems depicts an individual's perceptions and passions in times of war, and bears witness to the conflicts in the Middle East, "the clash" between the West and Islam, and the ways in which a person's ideals, passions and language are affected by violent political and religious conflicts.' (Publisher's blurb) Cambridge : Salt Publishing , 2006 pg. 67-68
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    y separately published work icon Other Voices International Project vol. 24 2007 Z1550398 2007 periodical issue 2007
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    y separately published work icon The Penguin Anthology of Australian Poetry John Kinsella (editor), Camberwell : Penguin , 2009 Z1553543 2009 anthology poetry (taught in 16 units)

    'This is a comprehensive survey of Australian poetic achievement, ranging from early colonial and indigenous verse to contemporary work, from the major poets to those who deserve to be better recognised.' (Provided by the publisher).

    Camberwell : Penguin , 2009
    pg. 391-392
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    y separately published work icon Thirty Australian Poets Felicity Plunkett (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2011 Z1811253 2011 anthology poetry

    'A landmark anthology celebrating a new generation of Australian poets.

    '1968 marked a turning point in Australian poetry, when a dynamic wave of new poets sought to revitalise a "moribund poetic culture". At the helm of that generation was John Tranter who argued that there would be cycles or generations of poets with peak moments where new poets would emerge to revitalise the culture.

    'Forty years later, with a spate of superb debut collections, Australian poetry has never looked so energetic and vital. From the imaginatively mind-boggling to the exquisitely lyrical, from tender and edgy erotic currents to wild feats of intellect and playfulness, the dynamism of contemporary Australian poetry is abundantly evident.

    'Thirty Australian Poets is the first anthology to celebrate the generation of poets born after 1968 and includes a wonderful diversity of voices and styles, from re-imagined versions of traditional forms to the experimental and avant-garde. This groundbreaking anthology captures the spirit of an exciting generation who, between them, have won every major poetry award, and made the renaissance of Australian poetry impossible to ignore.' (From the publisher's website.)

    St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2011
    pg. 12-13
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