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Even If It Happened single work   poetry   "Even if it happened it’s been fictionalized"
  • Author:agent Anna Couani http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/couani-anna
Issue Details: First known date: 2012... 2012 Even If It Happened
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‘Beauty Is Now Underfoot Wherever We Take the Trouble to Look’ Anna Couani , 2017 single work essay poetry
— Appears in: Sydney Review of Books , November 2017;

'With so many local references to Glebe Point, you’d think that Glebe was a peninsula culminating in a point. However, Glebe is like a rounded breast nestled between the peninsula arms of Balmain and Pyrmont, and slightly bulging into the harbour. The Point is a nipple, a pointy constructed thing between Rozelle Bay and Blackwattle Bay and the site of the historic house, Bellevue. Once though, before the invasion, there were abundant wetlands on each side of Glebe, in the Blackwattle Cove Swamp and the Johnson’s Creek Swamp. Called ‘swamps’ rather than ‘wetlands’. Then, Glebe would have been more of a peninsula, surrounded by water on three sides.' (Introduction)

‘Beauty Is Now Underfoot Wherever We Take the Trouble to Look’ Anna Couani , 2017 single work essay poetry
— Appears in: Sydney Review of Books , November 2017;

'With so many local references to Glebe Point, you’d think that Glebe was a peninsula culminating in a point. However, Glebe is like a rounded breast nestled between the peninsula arms of Balmain and Pyrmont, and slightly bulging into the harbour. The Point is a nipple, a pointy constructed thing between Rozelle Bay and Blackwattle Bay and the site of the historic house, Bellevue. Once though, before the invasion, there were abundant wetlands on each side of Glebe, in the Blackwattle Cove Swamp and the Johnson’s Creek Swamp. Called ‘swamps’ rather than ‘wetlands’. Then, Glebe would have been more of a peninsula, surrounded by water on three sides.' (Introduction)

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