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Friendly Street Poets Friendly Street Poets i(A40057 works by) (Organisation) assertion (a.k.a. Friendly Street Collective)
Born: Established: 11 Nov 1975 Adelaide, South Australia, ;
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'Begun by Andrew Taylor, Richard Tipping and Ian Reid, Friendly Street was Adelaide's first regular, open-to-all poetry reading. It has since achieved local and national recognition for its dedication to the nurturing, support and promotion of poetry. It has achieved this through the regular monthly readings and, importantly, through its initially self-funded, then State assisted, publications. The earliest and most important of these was the Friendly Street Reader, incorporating the best of the previous years readings. Other publications over its 29 year history include the New Poets series and over 25 collections of individual poets. ' (http://www.friendlystreetpoets.org.au/aboutus.htm Sighted 10/01/05)

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  • Friendly Street Poets publishes three series of publications:
    (i) Friendly Street Poetry Reader: annual anthologies of work selected from the Friendly Street monthly poetry readings.
    (ii) Friendly Street Poets: selected works by individual South Australian writers from Friendly Street.
    (iii) Friendly Street New Poets: each an anthology of selections by three South Australian poets from Friendly Street.
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