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John Kinsella

Vegan, anarchist, pacifist poet, John Kinsella has published over thirty books and has been awarded many prizes. He is a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University, and Professor of Literature and Environment at Curtin University. In 2007 he received the Fellowship of Australian Writers Christopher Brennan Award for lifetime achievement in poetry. Recent titles include Drowning in Wheat: Selected Poems (Picador, 2016), Graphology Poems 1995-2015 (Five Islands Press, 2016) and On the Outskirts (UQP, 2017). More recently he has collaborated with Charmaine Papertalk Green in writing False Claims of Colonial Thieves (Magabala, 2018).

Ern Malley Jr. : Gnostic Iron Bird Jism

Ern is of the park, and occasionally further afield. He channels, divines, and is pretty much an open book. He is losing his ambitions.

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Ern Malley Jr. : Crown Soliciting

Ern is of the park, and occasionally further afield. He channels, divines, and is pretty much an open book. He is losing his ambitions.

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Ern Malley Jr. : Graphology 130: The dripping disincontinent

Ern is of the park, and occasionally further afield. He channels, divines, and is pretty much an open book. He is losing his ambitions.

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Ern Malley Jr. : Mercurial, Mirabell… Anopheles: Culture-shift

Ern is of the park, and occasionally further afield. He channels, divines, and is pretty much an open book. He is losing his ambitions.

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Laissez Faire

They were acting crazy around the card table. She was trying to teach the guys how to deal poker hands, the way it ought to be done — she was bluffing, they were too stoned, in this motel room like …

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Drugs and Country Towns

for Paul Muldoon The SS Commodore with tinted windows will make the run to Perth in a few hours, the stereo flat-tack and the driver pumped up, hanging out but intoxicated by the prospect of picking up, the hollowness filled …

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Narrative

Long-hauled in the hot zone a road train tugs on the rightist strings and precedent is damned like tokenism, an outmoded supply strategy that has them talking of extracting organs from prisoners and sustaining life to promote suffering, suspicion the …

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Wrapping the Hay

The hay has just been stacked in neat yellow bricks like some complex puzzle that needs to be solved. The shed’s full, it sits alone out there in the stark yellow paddock – pathetic edifice waiting to be torched or …

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