Maybe Street: Selected Poems of Anna Buck / Edited by Tim Metcalf
Dianne Kennedy / Jellyfish Dreams
In creating the poems in Jellyfish Dreams, the poet draws on her love of mythology as well as her own life’s experiences.
Jane Williams / Points of Recognition
'Jane Williams’s eye and ear are trained to human idiosyncrasy and foible, and to the endless possibilities that are held within a life.' - Sarah Day
John Lowe / Houndstooth
John Lowe is fascinated by contrasts, especially when they come together, either to clash or complement each other.
Elizabeth Heij / Green Gardens of Life
Beware of assumptions about your elderly neighbours who came of age in the 1960s and 70s. Their thoughts just might surprise you.
John Watson / Plagiarisms
To render these theatrical interludes in verse is of course an indulgence but also, it is hoped, a tribute and an invitation.
Cynthia Hallam / Life Happens
Cynthia Hallam's poems, short stories and articles have been published in magazines and anthologies.
Jennifer Chrystie / Poetry Pond
These poems are shaped by the mundane and the extraordinary, all in rhythmic patterns and music that form a chorus from the first to the last poem.
Jessica Raschke / Lightning Shades
Jessica Raschke’s poetry holds us tenderly as it explores how we are haunted and haunting.
Ursula Nixon / Twist and Knot
The poems in Twist and Knot range from perspectives of places, people, emotions, experiences and the natural world to social comment and the taste of grief, anticipated or actual.
Sonia Hunt / The mathematics of love
Sonia Hunt’s poetry is about love, love that ranges from the ironically mathematical to the mystical.
Mark Miller / Light and Counterlight
In Light and Counterlight it is especially Mark Miller's unique view, his long experience and solid craft of writing that make his work look effortless.
Kevin Densley / Sacredly Profane
Sacredly Profane has all the outstanding qualities of Kevin Densley’s previous collections - sparky lyricism, revealing jaunts down the byways of history, an abiding fascination with overlapping high and low cultures.
Decima Wraxall / Flame
Flame is an odyssey of diverse themes from nature, history, anxiety, loss, love, transcendence.
Barbara Gurney / Seeking Self
Amid the reflective nature of many poems in Seeking Self, there is an expectant joy and delight of an ordinary day.
Sarah Tiffen / Soldier Boy and the Rural Fundamentalists
Sarah Tiffen’s fifth book of poetry reveals a new authority and delicacy in the author’s writing as she explores more deeply central themes of much of her work.
Tram Stop Poets / Harvesting Clouds
Harvesting Clouds is the debut anthology from Canberra’s Tram Stop Poets, a circle of both emerging and well-known regional writers.
Mike Greenacre / Nocturnal House
The elegance of simplicity informs these poems, with nostalgia, family and love their prevalent themes.
John Egan / Return to the Sea
John Egan is a Sydney poet who also lives on the south coast of NSW.
Poets Corner / From Our Desks
This book represents the work of 35 poets who have been either regular attendees at Poets Corner or one of the many guest poets over the years.