Mapless in Underland brings more of Melinda Smith's fresh, surprising poems, deliberately accessible yet intensely thought-provoking. Praise for the poem 'Bride and Best Man discuss arrangements', published in this collection: 'Melinda Smith captures the danger and desire of an illicit relationship "with sidelong ripple-whispers and the light but tidal tug of Truth or Dare". Dream world, real world...the poem's rhymes flow from line to line as seamlessly as wavelets on a sandy shore.' - Susan Steggall, Introduction to Sharing a Landscape: ?a celebration of difference (Society of Women Writers NSW, Inc.) Praise for her previous collection Pushing thirty, wearing seventeen: 'Pushing thirty, wearing seventeen created a deep reflective space in me that I was reluctant to fill with words... [T]his fascinating anthology simultaneously stimulates stillness and a quality of unsettled friction.' - Liz Darville, Voi
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|Size: ||281 KB|
|Publisher: ||Ginninderra Press|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781740279727 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|