Libby Sommer / The Cellist, a Bellydancer & Other Distractions
Libby Sommer has the true poet’s eye for the deeper meaning that can abide beneath the ordinariness and small details of our daily lives and experiences.
Joanna van Kool / Here and There
Joanna believes that poetry, unlike a novel, should be read in small bites, with each poem given time for digestion and thought.
Carolyn Cordon / Leonard Cohen Is Dead
n this collection, Carolyn Cordon presents social observations and thoughtful utterances in unassuming but crafted language.
Kathleen Fernandes / A Windswept Path
Kathleen brings to her poetry a short story writer’s ability to create character. She has an eye for gesture and movement, as well as an ear for the nuances of speech.
Ralph Spaulding & Graeme Hetherington (editors) / Upper Heights and Lower Depths: Poems by Vivian Smith, Sid Harrex, Margaret Scott, Graeme Hetherington
These four writers made one of the most extensive contributions to Tasmanian poetry in the last decades of the twentieth century.
Antony Fawcus / Time Paused Today
Slow down occasionally, and you are apt to find that time pauses too. Some of my most indelible memories have been formed in such moments and a few are recollected in this slim volume.
Thomas Simpson / Bone Picker
Bone Picker presents vignettes of place and memory that draw on senses of belonging, movement and conflict.
John O'Connell / Simply, Little Poems
Simply, Little Poems celebrates the wonder and beauty in everyday things.
Danny Gardner / Figure in the Landscape
There is a realism that is sharp enough to wound. But always engaged, human.
Beatriz Copello / Witches, Women & Words
This powerfully evocative collection speaks frankly of the twists and turns, pains, despair and hopes of the woman, the human, the poet, the abused earth, her trees and seas and biodiversity.
Rod Usher / The Bare Hook
The late Les Murray, who published some twenty of Usher’s poems, said of his earlier collection, Smiling Treason, ‘I laughed out loud at times, I inwardly cried at other times.’
Adrienne Cosgrave / A Glitch in the System
In Adrienne Cosgrave’s second collection of poetry, readers are taken on a journey through the human psyche.
M.E. Berkley / Muscle Memory
A collage of words capturing moments from the author's life, an unfiltered glimpse into the realities of mental health, grief, healing, religious trauma, lovers come and gone.
Adrian Rogers / Pamir
Pamir is the story of a ship, from her building in 1905 to her loss at sea in 1957.
Leo Lazarus / Glimpses of Earth
In Glimpses of Earth we are privileged to glimpse the mind of Leo Lazarus, a new poetic voice speaking in the language of nature.
Raymond Evans / Reeling Backwards: Poems of Reversal and Reflection
A rollicking ride...and fun! Piercing in its emotional description of intangible realities we can all relate to.
Decima Wraxall / Glimmers of Light
Delve in, and be surprised with many gems on travel, love and history.
Margo Poirier / Kaleidoscope: The way I see it
Margo Poirier has been a poet all her life. Kaleidoscope is her third poetry collection.
Sandra Renew / The Ruby Red's Affair
Just as the characters are ambiguous and androgynous, so is the book difficult to define: a short novel or a verse narrative, or a poetry novella, or…
Mary Blackwood / Small Cosmos
Mary Blackwood writes with power and precision. She gifts us poetry that is deft, sure, laden with insight.