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Anderson details the works of literature, art and music that sprang from the writings of Ern Malley. 'For a poet invented to expose modernism as a sham, he is having a vigorous postmodern life,' (Quote from editor's note)
Note: Illustrated with a colour reproduction of Garry Shead's The Resurrection of Ern Malley.
The Anaglyphi"Hasn't the charisma leaked away from the cafe crowd, and that other",John Tranter,
single work poetry
Note: Author's note: An anaglyph is a
red-green pattern providing a stereoscopic image. The first and last word or two in each line of this poem is the same as the first and last word or two from the corresponding line of John Ashbery's 1966 poem 'Clepsydra'.