John De Laine

John De Laine Reviews John Tranter

Salt Publishing's decision to republish three 1970s collections by John Tranter under the title Trio nicely bookends the army of books no doubt already occupying the home library shelves of his most ardent and serious fans.

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John De Laine Reviews Graham Catt

The debut collection from Adelaide-based poet Graham Catt provides solid proof that sensitivity unleashed can result in quality verse, despite recent factional thinking that posits romantic and emotional reflection as a cheapening of poetic voice.

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