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#Poetry  2020

  1. Flèche – Mary J. Chan (50 poems) #Winner Costa Award Poetry 2019
  2. Station Island – Seamus Heaney (67 poems)
  3. Argosy – Bella Li#AusReadingMonth2020
  4. Nganajungu Yagu – Charmaine Papertalk Green #AusReadingMonth2020
  5. Things I Thought ToTell You Since I Saw You Last – P. Layland
  6. Empirical – Lisa Gorton (poetry) – #AusReadingMonth2020
  7. Waiting For the Past – Les Murray – #AusReadingMonth2020 (64 poems)
  8. Ruby Moonlight – Ali C. Eckermann  (SA) – (poetry)
  9. The Tradition – Jericho Brown  winner 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry

 

#Poetry 2019

  1. The Spell by Katie Ford – READ
  2. Blood Lyrics K. Ford (40 poems) – READ
  3. Brother and SisterGeorge Eliot (in selected writings) READ
  4. AdventH. Christle –  The New Yorker 07.01.2019READ
  5. Pretend It’s Just the Wind G.J. Whitehead – The New Yorker 07.01.2019READ
  6. A Poet’s Dublin – Eavan BolandREAD #ReadingIrelandMonth19  (35 poems)
  7. The Facts – T. Lloyd – READ (poetry) #ShortlistOckhamNewZealandBookAwards2019
  8. The New Testament – Jericho Brown (41 poems) – READ #NationalPoetryMonth2019
  9. Water & Power – G. Fanning (30 poems) – READ #NationalPoetryMonth2019
  10. The Radio Room – Cilla McQueen (34 poems) – READ #AWW2019 (NZ)
  11. Tilt Kate Lilley – READ (38 poems)  Winner Victorian Premier’s Award 2019
  12. Olio – Tyehimba Jess – READ – Pulitzer Prize 2017 for poetry
  13. Wade in the Water – Tracy K. Smith, US Poet Laureate – READ (32 poems)
  14. Ritual – Maxine Beneba Clarke (poem) – READ #AWW2019
  15. Blakwork – Alison Whittaker (94 poems) – READ “Cotton On” (pg 15) (review)
  16. Title poem: “Blakwork” Alison Whittaker – READ  (pg 3)
  17. Seeing Yellow – E. Bourke – READ  Shortlist Irish Times Poetry Award 2019
  18. Are Friends Electric ? – H. Heath (Ockham NZ Award poetry 2019) – READ  (57 poems)
  19. Insistance – Ailbhe Darcy – READ (18 poems) (Irish poet)
  20. Harbour Lights – D. Mahon (25 poems by Irish poet) – READ
  21. The Radio (32 poems) – Irish poet L. Flynn (shortlist 2017 T.S. Eliot Prize) – READ
  22. The Boys of Bluehill – E. Ní Chuilleanáin – READ (40 poems, Irish poet)
  23. Now We Can Talk Openly about Men – Martina Evans – READ
  24. Lemons in the Chicken Wire – A. Whittaker READ (50 poems)
  25. Fast Talking PI – Selina Tusitala Marsh – READ (32 poems)
  26. Parang – Omar Musa – READ (27 poems)