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Peter Lach-Newinsky

Peter Lach-Newinsky three poetry books are Cut a Long Story Short (Puncher & Wattmann 2014), Requiem (Picaro Press New Work 2012) and The Post-Man Letters & Other Poems (Picaro Press New Work 2010). His awards include the Varuna-Picaro Publishing Prize (2009), the Melbourne Poets Union International Poetry Prize (2009 and 2010) and the Vera Newsom Poetry Prize (2011). Peter lives with his wife Barbara in Bundanoon in the southern highlands of New South Wales. Their 20 acre working property is designed along permaculture lines and includes 120 heritage apple varieties.

After yet another warning from scientists about the impending end of the world

Let’s look around the place, here, this farmlet, southern highlands, late October in a year records are again broken. I still don’t understand it. Even as I prattle on to visitors of its few successes, many failures. Can I really …

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the tie clip [sampling Heidegger

when I walk in the garden my tie is kept down with a tie clip Being Becoming Care Angst Being-Towards-Death Un-Home The Mob Babble Uncanny Mood Voiding Void Thrown-ness Speaking Situation The Clearing Being-Ahead-of-Yourself Falling Existence Letting-Be Truth Forgetting Being …

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One heatwave day he throws me a sack/marked RetSenAdUn …

One heatwave day he throws me a sack/marked RetSenAdUn … which i unsurprisingly discombobulated threw back next time ask before you heave your god-sent thunderbolts — Atli’s constant war with Loki’s beasts — now Skiðblaðnir’s ditched for some shallow skip, …

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The Post-Man Letters: An Evolutionary Epic

One heatwave day he throws me a sack/marked RetSenAdUn…

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