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New Poets
     

New Poets

by Scott-Patrick Mitchell, Emma Rooksby, J. P. Quinton, Tracy Ryan (Editor)
 

The first installation in a groundbreaking series, this compendium showcases the work of new poets Scott-Patrick Mitchell, J. P. Quinton, and Emma Rooksby. Edited by the award-winning poet and novelist Tracy Ryan, this compilation introduces the considerable range of emerging talent in Western Australia and a celebration of three powerful voices.

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The first installation in a groundbreaking series, this compendium showcases the work of new poets Scott-Patrick Mitchell, J. P. Quinton, and Emma Rooksby. Edited by the award-winning poet and novelist Tracy Ryan, this compilation introduces the considerable range of emerging talent in Western Australia and a celebration of three powerful voices.

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"[A] beautifully produced book . . . each of these poets has a distinctive style and voice . . . Moving among the work of these fine poets, readers will find much to delight and challenge them."  —West Australian
West Australian
[A] beautifully produced book ... each of these poets has a distinctive style and voice ... Moving among the work of these fine poets, readers will find much to delight and challenge them.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781921361814
Publisher:
Fremantle Press
Publication date:
09/01/2010
Series:
Fremantle Poets
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.70(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.60(d)

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Meet the Author

Emma Rooksby is a former academic and public servant. She is based at the Australian Agency for International Development in Canberra. Scott-Patrick Mitchell is a poet and writer. He is a journalist for OUTinPerth and his poetry and fiction have been featured in Interactive Geographies, Lines of Wisdom, Red Leaves, and Through the Clock’s Working. He is the editor of MoTHER [has words…]. J. P. Quinton is the author of Death Near a River, Little River, and Young River Water. He has been featured in Cottonmouth and Westerly. Tracy Ryan is a former editor, community journalist, and professor. She is the author of Scar Revision and Sweet.

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