Under Flagstaff: an anthology of Dunedin poetry
The poems in this collection spiral outwards from the heart of the Octagon with its Robbie Burns statue: to pubs, student flats, the university, beaches, hilltops, the harbour and beyond. This intimate mapping features works by some of New Zealand's best-loved poets, including James K. Baxter, Ruth Dallas, Janet Frame, Cilla McQueen, J.C. Sturm and Hone Tuwhare, as well as some newer voices.
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