Of Muse, Meandering and Midnight

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Univ. of Queensland Press, Aug 1, 2012 - Poetry - 64 pages
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This is a striking debut volume by the winner of the Unaipon prize for unpublished Aboriginal writers. In a voice youthful, passionate and questioning, these poems reflect on growing up and on letting go; on urban dwellers in love and lust; and on the artist and his Murri community. The politics are unguarded and often amusing; and the language is playful, rhythmic and evocative. Ghosted by ancestors and muses, Watson's cityscape interweaves past and present.
 

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Samuel Wagan Watsonis an award-winning poet and professional raconteur. Born in Brisbane in 1972, Samuel began his writing career in Grade 7, when a teacher entered one of short stories in a Queensland-schools competition. Watson is the winner of the 2005 NSW Premier's Award for the Book of the Year and the national Kenneth Slessor poetry prize.

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