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Bliss single work   poetry   "The massacre hits town & your complete curiosity"
  • Author:agent Peter Minter
Issue Details: First known date: 1998... 1998 Bliss
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Empty Texas a Selection Peter Minter , Cambridge : Folio / Salt , 1998 Z1846527 1998 selected work poetry Cambridge : Folio / Salt , 1998 pg. [16]
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Empty Texas Peter Minter , North Ryde : Paper Bark Press , 1999 Z1288942 1999 selected work poetry

    This work contains a collection of innovative, intelligent, witty and superbly crafted poems by Peter Minter.

    North Ryde : Paper Bark Press , 1999
    pg. 49
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Calyx : 30 Contemporary Australian Poets Michael Brennan (editor), Peter Minter (editor), Sydney : Paper Bark Press , 2000 Z795277 2000 anthology poetry Sydney : Paper Bark Press , 2000 pg. 223
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    y separately published work icon Over There : Poems from Singapore and Australia John Kinsella (editor), Alvin Pang (editor), Singapore : Ethos Books , 2008 Z1452759 2008 anthology poetry 'Curated by two of the foremost literary figures of their generation, the ground-breaking Singapore-Australia anthology of poetry brings together for the first time the contemporary work of the finest poets at work in Singapore and Australia today. The anthology will feature a fresh selection of established as well as previously unreleased work from writers such as Edwin Thumboo and Cyril Wong from Singapore, and Dorothy Porter and Kevin Hart from Australia. Over 20 writers from each territory will be featured, representing the diverse and interesting voices currently at play in both territories, and creating an ongoing discourse between the exciting literary cultures of the two Pacific neighbours. The anthology ranges across many themes: from an ever-shifting sense of cultural, urban and personal identity to place, politics, sex, religion and more, with clear resonances and connections bridging the two territories. The book will be made available in both territories, marking the first time that a major Singaporean literary anthology is released to the wider Australian market.' [Source: Publisher's press release at] Singapore : Ethos Books , 2008 pg. 120-121
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