The Stars Like Sand: Australian Speculative Poetry by Tim Jones,P.S. Cottier

By Tim Jones,P.S. Cottier

Following up on our award-winning Voyagers: technological know-how Fiction Poetry from New Zealand, IP has published an anthology of even wider scope showcasing the simplest in Australian speculative poetry from early instances to the present.

Co-edited by means of popular editors Tim Jones and P.S. Cottier, it contains a digital who is Who of Australian poets together with 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 turbines ... and lots of more!

Travel to the celebs and past during this anthology by means of Australia's best poets. Witness the top of the realm, time go back and forth to the longer term close to or some distance, or teleport with a fairy or witch.

Ghosts, desires and weird creatures breed and mingle in those pages.

Poetry hasn't ever been so mind-bending, or so entertaining.

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