Lucy Holt

Anne-Marie Newton Reviews L K Holt

Melbourne poet L. K. Holt’s third collection, Keeps, is an expansively intertextual and complexly layered work. Published as part of a substantial volume that includes the reissue of her two earlier collections, this is often dense and intellectually oriented poetry. There is, however, an intriguing personal thread interlacing the ensemble, wherein the poet – perhaps more so in this collection than in her earlier works – offers a view into some of her deeper existential concerns.

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Three Slab Five Tallulah: Words and Image by Lucy Holt and Dane Lovett


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Angela Meyer reviews Alison Croggon and Lucy Holt

Ash by Alison Croggon Cusp Books, 2006 Stories of Bird by Lucy Holt Poets Union Inc., 2005 Of the two chapbooks under review, Lucy Holt's exquisitely crafted poetry in Stories of Bird pecks at single moments, both from an intimate …

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