Kiss and Tell: Selected and New Poems (1987-2002)
This selected collection brings together the best from David P Reiter's award-winning volumes of poetry: The Snow in Us (1989), Changing House (1991), The Cave After Saltwater Tide (1994), Hemingway in Spain (1997) and Letters We Never Sent (2000), as well as more than forty pages of new text from his innovative multimedia works. Not only does Kiss and Tell provide the reader with an excellent overview of one our most highly regarded poets, it also makes us current on the state-of-the-artist at a high point in his creative career. The Literature Series showcases the best in contemporary Australian writing and is available in digital as well as print form.
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from Changing House
Voices from the Temple 49 Island Voices
Voices from the Flood
The Cave After Saltwater Tide
Hemingway in Spain and Selected Poems
Hemingway in Spain
Letters We Never Sent from preludes intoxicants masks twilight
twilight of the gods
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