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Personal Logistics is East Kimberley-based poet Chris Palazzolo’s first poetry collection with Fremantle Press. Palazzolo studied literature, philosophy and communications at Murdoch University, so it should come as no surprise …

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In the introduction to his debut collection which gathers poems written between 2016 and 2023, Tim Kinsella writes that he was ‘surrounded by poetry from a very young age.’ Indeed: …

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The voices of Ekhō the unfortunate Oread from Greek Mythology and Alexa the unfortunate AI voice service platform from Amazon variously resonate (and at points converge, coalesce and converse) in …

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It’s possible the term polyphony, when used in a literary sense, has never been more appropriately applied that to this sonorous poetry collection, Woven. Because yes, there is a multiplicity …

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Miriam Wei Wei Lo is a Canadian-born, Fremantle-based poet of Chinese-Malaysian and Anglo-Australian descent who “writes because life is too short to let it pass without comment.” Her first collection, …

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Melbourne-based poet Robbie Coburn’s latest poetry collection gallops and canters across the page; but it also soars Pegasus-like above a physical and emotional landscape where herds of fantasies, dreams and …

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