All Day, All Night

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Salt, 2003 - Poetry - 99 pages
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"All Day, All Night" is Kenneally's third collection of poems. It ranges across the territory of home and relationships, children, politics, gender, popular culture, travel, nationality and identity, with humor and acumen, steering away from sentimentality but not afraid of the big issues: loss, grief, love and death.

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About the author (2003)

Cath Kenneally lives in Adelaide, South Australia, and makes radio programs on Australian arts and literature. Her collections to date include Harmers Haven (1996) and Around Here (1999). Her first novel, Room Temperature, appeared 2000. She has won a Barbara Hanrahan Fellowship, Adelaide Festival of Arts 1998, and John Bray National Poetry Prize for Around Here, Adelaide Festival 2002. All Day All Night has been shortlisted for Vincent Buckley Poetry Prize. She has three children.

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