Skinned by Light: Poems 1989-2002
Collection of nature poetry selected from the author's previous work exploring the uniqueness of Australian fauna, land and seascapes. Author has previously written 'The Viewfinder', which won the 1997 Kenneth Slessor Poetry Prize, and 'The Grim Periphery', which won the 1996 Gwen Harwood Memorial Prize.
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