Louis Klee

Louis Klee is an Australian writer. He won the Peter Porter Prize and was an Anne Edgeworth Fellow. He lives in Melbourne.

Peach Scut

On the subject of woodlands, why write what you don’t understand, write lies about landscapes, for four days it rains. I read the books to have read them. I didn’t read them I was moved by the titles, how life …

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A Body Carried in Cars

Now this is a body carried in cars Polished tan by lotions and hair Made to smell Like thistles and sweet Rotting lumber on a pine-forest floor. “I was sketching. I was shifting. Dodging. In brief, poor. But now—” notes …

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