The Best Australian Poetry 2005
The Best Australian Poetry 2005 celebrates the vibrancy and liveliness of poetry in Australia today. Guest Editor Peter Porter, celebrated as one of Australia’s most brilliant poets, brings his vision and acumen to his selection of the finest forty poems published in Australian literary magazines in the preceding year. With revealing comments from the poets, The Best Australian Poetry 2005 is an exhilarating addition to a series that has quickly established itself as the first word on what’s new and remarkable in contemporary Australian poetry.This year’s poets include Bruce Dawe, Peter Goldsworthy, Clive James, Les Murray, Dorothy Porter, as well as some exciting new voices.
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