Anne Kellas

Anne Kellas lives in Hobart and is the author of The White Room Poems (Walleah Press, 2015, shortlisted for the Margaret Scott Prize). The Netted Air (Picaro Poets 2018) contains a snapshot of poems from her previous collections, Isolated States (2001) and Poems from Mt Moono (1989). Her work has appeared in anthologies as well as Australian Book Review, Australian Poetry Journal, The Canberra Times, Foam:e, Island, Kill your darlings, Rabbit, and others.

All tomorrow’s parties

Consider in my river-vault the bam-bam fish, the boat — a line across the sky. Consider in my trap the net, the caught shared dancing fish — the silver tail, the swallow-jive, the fire. Consider too the incandescent forest — …

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