‘The Best Australian Poems 2010 vibrates with correspondences. The images in some poems are reflected in others … until the individual poems begin to read like stanzas in some epic story of this country.’ —Robert AdamsonSelected by one of Australia’s most acclaimed poets, this inspired collection captures the richness and scope of present-day Australian verse. It features innovative and exciting poems – many published here for the first time – from our best-known poets as well as daring and insightful works from rising stars.Together they create a lively sense of conversation, of voices criss-crossing the continent, exploring the many themes that animated and inspired the nation’s poets in 2010.Contributors include: Chris Andrews, Judith Beveridge, Ken Bolton, Peter Boyle, David Brooks, Pam Brown, Joanne Burns, Elizabeth Campbell, Justin Clemens, Ali Cobby Eckermann, Luke Davies, Bruce Dawe, Laurie Duggan, Stephen Edgar, Anne Elvey, Lionel Fogarty, Lisa Gorton, Robert Gray, Martin Harrison, Kevin Hart, Barry Hill, Sarah Holland-Batt, L.K. Holt, Lisa Jacobson, John Kinsella, Anna Krien, Anthony Lawrence, Geoffrey Lehmann, Kate Lilley, Astrid Lorange, Roberta Lowing, Rhyll McMaster, Jennifer Maiden, Kate Middleton, Peter Minter, Derek Motion, Les Murray, Geoff Page, Peter Rose, Gig Ryan, Jaya Savige, Craig Sherborne, Vivian Smith, Peter Steele, John Tranter, Chris Wallace-Crabbe, Petra White and many more.‘A welcome part of the summer readingscape’ —Sydney Morning Herald‘Richly impressive’ —Australian Book ReviewRobert Adamson is the author of The Golden Bird (winner of the CJ Dennis Prize for Poetry in the 2009 Victorian Premier's Literary Awards) and editor of The Best Australian Poems 2010.
The Complete Voodoo Volume 3 (Chilling Archives of Horror Comics)
One of the weirdest, coolest, cheesiest, most bizarre, goriest pre-code comic books printed in its entirety. Voodoo features beyond good taste, sexy Good Girl art, and old school horror art by the master Matt Baker and his associates from the infamous group, the Iger Shop! The final volume of a series collecting all 19 issues.
‘I was struck … by just how many poems depended on the ancient devices of the storyteller … Many have a lyrical or meditative feel, but most have a story to tell, captured in a brief glimpse of the meaning of life, or a dramatic climax.’ —John TranterIn this impressive anthology John Tranter weaves many threads into a portrait of Australian poetry in 2012. Emerging poets sit alongside the celebrated, travelling from Lake Havasu City to Graz, and nursing homes to fairgrounds, with characters as diverse as David Bowie, Emily Dickinson and Rumpelstiltskin. The Best Australian Poems 2012 will satisfy a hunger for storytelling and a yearning for beauty.John Tranter is the author of more than twenty books. His 2006 poetry collection Urban Myths: 210 Poems: New and Selected won multiple awards, including the Victorian, NSW and South Australian Premiers’ Prizes. His latest book is Starlight: 150 Poems.
Walking with the Women of the New Testament Study Journal (Matt- John) (Walking with the Women of the New Testament Study Journals) (Volume 1)
This is the first volume of the companion study guide for the book "Walking with the Women of the New Testament" by Heather Farrell. It includes journal pages and study prompts to assist you in your study of the women in the New Testament. Volume 1 covers the women in the four Gospels (Matthew- John), while Volume 2 covers the women in the epistles (Acts- Revelations).
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‘From London, some ten years ago, Clive James opined that we are living in “a golden age of Australian poetry”. The quality of work between these covers suggests that Clive might still be right.’ —Geoff PageIn The Best Australian Poems 2014, award-winning poet Geoff Page compiles an anthology that celebrates both the established and the emerging, the classical and the pioneering in contemporary Australian poetry collection for readers and writers alike.Poets include … Kevin Hart • Lisa Gorton • Chris Wallace-Crabbe • Maria Takolander • Jakob Ziguras • Peter Goldsworthy • Clive James • John Tranter • Peter Rose • John Kinsella • Kevin Brophy • Les Murray • Judith Beveridge • Robert Gray • Joanne Burns • Jill Jones • Kevin Pearson • David Malouf • Vivian Smith • Richard Tipping • S.K. Kelen • Patricia Sykes • Fiona Wright • Robert Adamson • B.N. Oakman and many more …‘Geoff Page’s collection of the best poems of 2014 serves only to underscore how essential to a properly reflexive and self-aware culture the writing and reading of poetry is.’ —Weekend Australian‘There is eloquence aplenty in this fine collection.’ —Australian Book Review‘The breadth of work, combined with the accessibility of many of the poems, make it a perfect introduction to Australian poetry.’ —Good Reading Magazine‘The list of contributors tends to read like a Who’s Who of Australian poetry – Robert Adamson, Judith Beveridge, Peter Goldsworthy, Les Murray, David Malouf, Bruce Dawe, John Tranter, Clive James … is this the editor being lazy or is it testament to the longevity of Australian poets. I think it’s the latter. And it’s wonderfully familiar to see these names again.’ —Courier Mail‘[A] glorious anthology’ —Launceston ExaminerGeoff Page has published nineteen collections of poetry as well as two novels, five verse novels and several other works, including anthologies, translations and a biography of the jazz musician Bernie McGann. He has won several awards, including the ACT Poetry Award, the Grace Leven Prize, the Christopher Brennan Award, the Queensland Premier’s Prize for Poetry and the 2001 Patrick White Literary Award.
Oberst and Valentine are looking for a home and a lap to call their own, Matt the human wants a happy house full of furry friends, not to live all alone. When Matt meets all of the rescue kittens, Valentine and Oberst hatch a plan, Here’s the story of how Oberst and Valentine finally found their human! Oberst and Valentine Find Their Human is a delightful children’s book based on the true story of how real-life rescue-cats Oberst and Valentine chose, or found, Baltimore-based author Matt Galeone and how together they created a family. Oberst, Valentine, and Matt’s funny and heartwarming tale comes to life through illustrator, and Matt’s childhood friend, Bethany Farrell’s beautiful artwork. Enjoy Oberst and Valentine’s story and welcome them into your family today!
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