Two Kinds of Silence

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Univ. of Queensland Press, 2007 - Poetry - 96 pages
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In Two Kinds of SilenceKathryn Lomer explores natural as well as inner landscapes, and turns her full focus of attention to things somatic, linguistic, tidal, seasonal, geographical, even floral, roving from kitchen to coast, Tasmania to Ethiopia. It is an exciting follow-up to Extraction of Arrows, her award-winning first collection of poems.
 

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Contents

Bats
3
Travels in the high country
9
Foot prince
18
Exoskeleton
25
July
32
Transit of Venus
38
On the tongue
40
Rolling pin
48
Omphalos
55
lluminar
69
Sunflower
75
Vortex
81
Sorrow of the women
87
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About the author (2007)

Kathryn Lomer is the author of Extraction of Arrows, which won the Anne Elder Award and was shortlisted for the John Bray Award for Poetry. Her novel for young adults, The Spare Room, was named a Children's Book Council Notable Book for Older Readers in 2005 and was shortlisted for The Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature.

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