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Issue Details: First known date: 2010-... 2010- New Work Series
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  • Chapbook.

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y separately published work icon Barefoot Jennifer Compton , Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2010 Z1749359 2010 selected work poetry Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2010
y separately published work icon Foxes & Water Tanks Juliet Paine , Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2010 Z1869136 2010 selected work poetry Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2010
y separately published work icon Lionheart Summer Kevin Densley , Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2011 Z1836001 2011 selected work poetry Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2011
y separately published work icon Untested Cures for Modern Day Ailments Mark O'Flynn , Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2011 Z1869120 2011 selected work poetry Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2011
y separately published work icon Another Dangerous Day Peter Macrow , Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2011 Z1869125 2011 selected work poetry Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2011
y separately published work icon The Butcher's Window Carmel Williams , 2005 Z1232727 2005 selected work poetry Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2012
y separately published work icon On the Circumvesuviana Lucy Dougan , 2009 selected work poetry
— Appears in: On the Circumvesuviana (Poetry) ; and The Vesuvian Imaginary : The Woman's Journey to Naples in Three Texts (Dissertation) 2009;
'On the Circumvesuviana is a collection of poems that explores what it is to have been born and raised in Australia without knowledge of an Italian father and a family in Naples. Travelling between "here" and "there," Australia and Naples, this work necessarily involves a renegotiation of self and place. The poems draw on memory, family stories, objects and myths to articulate both the joy and dislocation of this experience ...' (Trove record for the thesis)
Warners Bay : Picaro Press , 2012
y separately published work icon Cloudy Nouns Geoff Page , Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2012 Z1904499 2012 selected work poetry

'Shifting Windows is a tight selection of Geoff Page’s travel poems published since 1986, most of them drafted on trains in Europe but with a smaller number set in South Korea, India and New Zealand. Page has always been acutely aware of the ironies of history. Many of these poems are therefore suitably sardonic; a few, however, remain defiantly lyrical. All are in eight lines of rhyming tetrameter, a form which Page has found seductively congenial for more than twenty-five years. Note: most of these pieces have appeared in Geoff’s chapbooks, so if you’ve already bought them, there won’t be all that much that’s new. If you haven’t, you’ll really enjoy the wry humour and trenchant observation.' (Publisher's abstract)

Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2012
y separately published work icon Brink Charlotte Clutterbuck , Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2012 Z1911938 2012 selected work poetry Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2012
y separately published work icon Offset Rebecca Kylie Law , Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2012 7183590 2012 selected work poetry Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2012
y separately published work icon A Mind Knowing Us Craig Powell , Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2013 6141516 2013 selected work poetry Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2013
y separately published work icon The Sixth Creek Rachael Mead , Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2013 6564542 2013 selected work poetry

This book of resonant, assured and rewarding poems come from a true connection with a lived place where nature and the human-made habitat intertwine in ways that are not always easy. Rachael Mead has a gift for compassion and intimate detail leavened with self-irony and poised regard for the places she inhabits or moves through, the beings, human and non-human, she encounters, and the elements and dangers she lives with. Empathetic without sentimentality, Mead has found all the material she needs for poetry in her own vicinity: the mutability of life, the histories that have made us, and the responsibility we bear for what we’ve done to our places. Mead also treasures language and deftly uses its resources of metaphor, narrative, voice and syntax to explore her Sixth Creek and its surrounds and offer readers far distant from it some new knowledge about the world. (Publication abstract)

Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2013
y separately published work icon Blind Spots Bruce Dawe , Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2013 6564581 2013 selected work poetry drama

'In Blind Spots, Bruce Dawe turns his ironic wit and poetic skills to dramatize the unexpected termination of Kevin Rudd as our PM, Julia Gillard’s subsequent term of office, and Kevin Rudd’s return. Dawe’s sympathy for those subjected to the intense pressure of political office during these troubled times is evident through his tongue-in-cheek depiction of both Kevin and Julia.' (Publisher's blurb)

Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2013
y separately published work icon Nothing Here Needs Fixing Maxine Beneba Clarke , Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2013 6564644 2013 selected work poetry Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2013
y separately published work icon The Soup's Song Mark O'Flynn , Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2015 8689303 2015 selected work poetry Cardiff : Picaro Press , 2015

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Warners Bay, Warners Bay - Jewells area, Lake Macquarie area, Central Coast, New South Wales,: Picaro Press , 2010- .
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