Raymond Evans / The Merry Dance: Poems of Memory and Imagination
'Raymond Evans is a poet with historical eyes. He gathers up our pasts with his own - youth and childhood, the old world and the new - in jewelled notes that remain long after reading. This is a gorgeous book.’ - Kris Olsson
Thérèse Corfiatis / The Boy Who Loved the Moon
The Boy Who Loved the Moon is an exploration of a mother’s love. It is a love that transcends what most experience, because the respites from reality are so fleeting.
Anne Collins / How to Belong
'With immediacy of language and vivid imagery these poems cast an ever-widening circle of light on matters that are at once particular and universal, of the times and timeless.’ - Jane Williams
Joan Fenney (editor) / Mountain Secrets
Join more than 150 poets from across Australia in a tantalising exploration of mountains around the world, real and imagined, literal and figurative.
Roland Leach / Obliquity
'A collection to be savoured.’ - Kevin Gillam
John Blackhawk / dogs barking in the distance
‘Verse with the power of the jet stream, delivered from an ocean of tales of pithy erudition.’ - Bob Douglas
Greg Tome / Tilting at Time
‘Tilting at Time offers a vivacious yet emphatic rendering of the minutiae of Australian life.’ - Lucy Petchell
Andrew Drake & Martin Christmas / D&M Between 2 Men
D&M Between 2 Men is a collection of personal and vulnerable stories in poem format that examines some of the issues on the minds of these two younger and older poets.
Natalie D-Napoleon / First Blood
The poems in First Blood explore our sense of belonging, confronting the bodily, visceral, antediluvian connections that we share with our homelands.
May Morris et al. / Warm Corners
The Warm Corners women are connected by place and by relationship. All have spent time on the land called ‘Warm Corners’, shaped by the Jingalalla River.
Melinda Jane / Nature's Nuptials
Traverse landscapes, ride in a race, cut skylines and paste metaphors on your lips. Melinda Jane’s poetical words are as refreshing as a steaming cup.
Brenda Eldridge / Connecting
Connecting is not a holiday travelogue. It tells how I made connections - connections that unified a lifetime’s experiences.
Colleen Keating / Hildegard of Bingen: A poetic journey
‘Colleen Keating brings to this impressive collection some very fine, positively Hildegardian qualities - a robust earthiness, an inner strength, a passion for justice and a fiery light.’ - Dr Mary O’Connell
Bernadette Anderson / Neapolitan Skies
'Neapolitan Skies is a stunning collection of intelligent, observant and emotive poetry.' - Jude Aquilina
John Egan / The Mahogany Ship
Was the Mahogany Ship, first sighted in 1836, half-buried in sand dunes in the south-east of Victoria, the wreck of a Portuguese caravel?
Elaine Barker / See My Feathered Fingers
‘There is a Zen-like stillness in Elaine Barker’s new collection which is always assured in its clear notes. There are new experiences in Asia and a willingness to reference other forms of art, which inspire deep meditation. Her poetry issues an arresting peace.’ - Brian Castro
Deb Stewart / The White Line of Language
'The maturity of these poems, combined with the poet’s belief in the redemptive power of poetry, is a cause for celebration.’ - Syd Harrex (praise for Shadow Selves)
Adèle Ogiér Jones / Counting the Chiperoni
Chiperoni: term for a kind of fog, drizzle rain, experienced in the Shire Highlands of southern Malawi during the cold, dry season; name derived from Mount Chiperone, an isolated mountain peak at the southern extremity of East African mountain ranges, covered with montane forests and surrounded by deciduous woodlands.
James Finlay / Spitting Ink
'This arresting collection reflects a man who has experienced the vicissitudes of a life, analysed them, and refracted them back as art.' - Rob Walker
Suzanne Edgar / Catching the Light
Catching the Light is Suzanne Edgar’s fourth collection of poetry. In it, this ‘intelligent, inventive and gifted poet continues her daring discoveries and explorations’ (Les Murray) of both the light and the darker sides of life.