Thirty Australian Poets

Published by University of Queensland Press, 2012
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In celebrating a burgeoning, vibrant, and talented group of Australian poets born after 1968, this anthology comprehensively details a groundbreaking generation that renewed and reinvigorated poetry in Australia. Exploring a 40-year body of work that has pushed the boundaries, it showcases a wonderful diversity of voices and styles, from reimagined versions of traditional forms to the experimental and avant-garde.

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Felicity Plunkett is the poetry editor at the University of Queensland Press and a widely published reviewer whose work has been featured in the Age, the Australian Book Review, Canberra Times, and the Sydney Morning Herald. She is the author of the poetry collections Seastrands and Vanishing Point and the recipient of the Thomas Shapcott Poetry Prize.

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Title: Thirty Australian Poets
Publisher: University of Queensland Press
Publication Date: 2012
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