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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Over the Rooftops
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    y separately published work icon Moving Out, Moving On : Poems of Dis-Location Helen Annand (editor), Bendigo : Moving Out Moving On , 1999 Z247586 1999 anthology poetry 'People are dis-located many times during their lives, both from choice and through necessity. Each moving out has varying degrees of grief, joy and hope, all affecting the journey of moving on. This collection has poems about child abuse, domestic violence, relationship breakdown, growing up, moving house, migration, growing old and death. Every poem has something to say about our own lives or of somebody close to us.' [Moving Out, Moving On, n.p.] Bendigo : Moving Out Moving On , 1999 pg. 93
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    y separately published work icon Saloni M 1999-2005 Z1397344 1999-2005 website (From the website's index page)

    Saloni M celebrates diversity and collaboration through word, art, film, music, dance and banquet.

    Saloni M brings together a group of Artists (writers, poets, painters, filmmakers, musicians and performers) willing to explore what 'Mediterranean' means to them. Whether through heritage, culture, politics, personal or public history... these Artists feel connected to the Mediterranean.

    Saloni M is also about artist and audience embarking on a reciprocal learning process. Acknowledging and celebrating diversity and a multiplicity of identities brings with it the rewards of understanding and connection.

    1999-2005
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    y separately published work icon The Naked Muse Melissa Petrakis , South Yarra : Domain , 2001 Z925648 2001 selected work poetry South Yarra : Domain , 2001
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    y separately published work icon Southern Sun, Aegean Light : Poetry of Second-Generation Greek-Australians Nick Trakakis (editor), North Melbourne : Arcadia , 2011 Z1855714 2011 anthology poetry 'Southern Sun, Aegean Light represents the very first attempt to collect in a single volume the poetry of second-generation Greek-Australians. Bringing together the distinct and diverse work of over thirty poets, from the well established to the newly published, this collection showcases the poetic contribution of a generation that has arisen out of the shadows of its migrant past as it establishes a voice and sensibility of its own. The poetry presented here challenges stereotypes of what it is to be Greek-Australian, while also grappling with a variety of issues beyond identity and belonging, including death and dying, and memory and loss. These are poems to be savoured by earlier and later generations of Greek-Australians, as well as the wider community in Australia.' (Publisher's blurb)
    North Melbourne : Arcadia , 2011
    pg. 235
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