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White-out: selected published poems 1986—2016

White-Out

by Saxby Pridmore — OUT NOW

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Published 7 July 2016
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• ISBN 9781922198242 • 204 pages • RRP $19.95
Ebook • ISBN 9781922198259 • $8.99

Foreword by Professor Tony Simoes da Silva, Head of School of Humanities, University of Tasmania

White-out: selected published poems 1986–2016 brings together 194 of Tasmanian poet Saxby Pridmore’s published poems to commemorate his achievement and contribution to Australian poetry: more than 300 poems published in over 40 different literary magazines and journals, including Quadrant, Studio, Famous Reporter, Blue Dog, Overland and Island.

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Ghost Armies

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by Andrew Sneddon

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Published 20 December 2012
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• ISBN 9781922198006 • 152 pages • RRP $16.50
Ebook • ISBN 9781922198013 • RRP $8.99
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Ghost Armies presents Andrew Sneddon’s poetic works Fukuoka and The Wait-a-While Vine in one volume. Sneddon’s connected verses explore two defining episodes in Australia’s history and provide emotional and cultural insights of both personal and universal import.

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The Wait-a-While Vine

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by Andrew Sneddon

Published 20 December 2012
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• ISBN 9781922198037 • RRP $4.99
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Also available in print in Ghost Armies.

The Wait-a-While Vine is a poetic imagining of the doomed Cape York expedition of Edmund Kennedy and Jacky Jacky in 1848. The verses merge landscape and dreamscape, history and legend. Beginning with the young Kennedy’s life in England and ending with Jacky Jacky’s death, the poems traverse topics as diverse as the terrain covered by the explorers.

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Fukuoka

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by Andrew Sneddon

Published 20 December 2012
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• ISBN 9781922198020 • RRP $4.99
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Also available in print in Ghost Armies.

Fukuoka relates the experiences of two Australian brothers, Alf and Wally, in a prisoner-of-war camp in Japan during the Second World War, expressed in poetry in the voice of the surviving brother Alf.

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