Jamie King-Holden

The House Went Quiet

a nebula of flowers has self-abased, its spent petals circle a jam jar, their genus lost. i’ve been instructed on the benefaction of decay— the merciless cues. i read birthday letters with my eyes closed and pack postcards from Spain …

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Tara Mokhtari Reviews Jamie King-Holden and Koraly Dimitriadis

Jamie King-Holden is the 2010 winner of the Whitmore Press/Poetry Idol Manuscript Prize and this is her first collection of poetry. I am reminded, upon finding this out, of a series of miniature chapbooks published by the Australian Poetry Centre which I reviewed for Cordite a year ago.

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