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The Stars Like Sand: Australian Speculative Poetry

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The Stars Like Sand: Australian Speculative Poetry by Tim Jones

Following up on our award-winning Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand, IP has released an anthology of even wider scope showcasing the best in Australian speculative poetry from early times to the present. Co-edited by renowned editors Tim Jones and P.S. Cottier, it features a virtual Who's Who of Australian poets including Judith Beveridge, Les Murray, Paul Hetherington, John Tranter, Diane Fahey, joanne burns, Caroline Caddy, David P Reiter, Peter Boyle, Alan Gould, Luke Davies, S.K. Kelen, Peter Minter, Jan Owen, Dorothy Porter, Philip Salom, Samuel Wagan Watson, Rod Usher, Jo Mills ... and many more! Travel to the stars and beyond in this anthology by Australia's leading poets. Witness the end of the world, time travel to the future near or far, or teleport with a fairy or witch. Ghosts, dreams and strange creatures breed and mingle in these pages. Poetry has never been so mind-bending, or so entertaining. Tim Jones is a poet, short story writer and novelist. His most recent books are Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand (IP, 2009), the short story collection Transported (Vintage, 2008), which was longlisted for the 2008 Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award; the poetry collection All Blacks' Kitchen Gardens (HeadworX, 2007); and the fantasy novel Anarya's Secret (RedBrick, 2007). PS Cottier, aka P.S. Cottier, aka Penelope Susan Cottier, is a poet who occasionally stoops to prose. She has worked as a lawyer, a university tutor, a union organiser and a tea lady. She wrote a PhD on animals in the works of Charles Dickens at the Australian National University. Her books are Triptych Poets , The Cancellation of Clouds, A Quiet Day and Other Stories , and The Glass Violin.

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Size: 6.9 MB
Publisher: Interactive Press
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781922120793 (DRM-PDF)

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