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Sunrise Sequence (from the Dulngulg Song Cycle) single work   poetry   Indigenous story   "The day breaks-the first rays of the rising Sun, stretching her"
Issue Details: First known date: 1986... 1986 Sunrise Sequence (from the Dulngulg Song Cycle)
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Tube Poetry 2000 single work column
— Appears in: Brisbane News , 19 - 25 July no. 310 2000; (p. 3)

Poems on the Underground was launched in 1986. The programme was the idea of American writer Judith Chernaik, who wanted to bring poetry to a wider audience. Poems are displayed on posters in 3,000 advertising spaces in train carriages across London, and are usually changed three times a year.

With Australian Federation celebrations in London space was set aside to feature Australian work.

Tube Poetry 2000 single work column
— Appears in: Brisbane News , 19 - 25 July no. 310 2000; (p. 3)

Poems on the Underground was launched in 1986. The programme was the idea of American writer Judith Chernaik, who wanted to bring poetry to a wider audience. Poems are displayed on posters in 3,000 advertising spaces in train carriages across London, and are usually changed three times a year.

With Australian Federation celebrations in London space was set aside to feature Australian work.

Last amended 12 May 2005 13:45:49
Subjects:
  • Bush,
  • Daguragu / Kalkaringi / Wave Hill, Victoria River area, Central Northern Territory, Northern Territory,
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