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An Astráil: With Denise O'Hagan

A Poem by Kathy Parker

Kathy Parker conjures up seasonal melancholy with a languorous longing, and a sensitive rendering of its subtler aspects.

ONE POEM BY NICOLE SELLERS

City dwellers, this provocative poem by Nicole Sellers, with its ironic delivery and thickly packed images, will make you look twice at how you live your life!

Featured Poet- Peter Boyle

Two poems by celebrated Australian poet and translator Peter Boyle, which dwell simultaneously on the miraculous in life and its precariousness.

Poetry by Julie Maclean

From the surprising beauty of baby sharks to the curious directions our lives take and the spaces between things – the sleek poetry of Australian poet Julie Maclean covers a multitude of sentiments.

Poetry by Davide Angelo

In these magnificent poems, Australian poet Davide Angelo gently explores the nature of two very different situations, as well as the histories they carry and the dreams inherent in them.

Poetry by Kate McNamara

In these two unique poems, Australian poet Kate McNamara takes us on an achingly courageous journey, which are in themselves a tribute to the dignity and resilience of those left behind.

1 POEM BY FRASER MACKAY

Australian poet Fraser Mackay dances in the space between regret and speculation, expertly exploring the unsettled nature of relationships while leaving us with a lingering sense of hope.

Poetry by Moya Pacey

Moya Pacey co-edits the on-line journal, 'Not Very Quiet'

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