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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Brandl and Schlesinger Poetry
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y separately published work icon Time's Revenge Peter Skrzynecki , Rose Bay : Brandl and Schlesinger , 1999 Z338649 1999 selected work poetry Rose Bay : Brandl and Schlesinger , 1999
y separately published work icon Ultra : 25 Poems John Tranter , Rose Bay : Brandl and Schlesinger , 2001 Z896738 2001 selected work poetry Rose Bay : Brandl and Schlesinger , 2001
y separately published work icon By and Large Chris Wallace-Crabbe , Rose Bay : Brandl and Schlesinger , 2001 Z901669 2001 selected work poetry Rose Bay : Brandl and Schlesinger , 2001
y separately published work icon The Universe Looks Down Chris Wallace-Crabbe , Blackheath : Brandl and Schlesinger , 2005 Z1217052 2005 single work poetry Blackheath : Brandl and Schlesinger , 2005
y separately published work icon Freehold : Verse Novel Geoff Page , Blackheath : Brandl and Schlesinger , 2005 Z1219802 2005 single work novel Whitby Downs, a famous cattle station on the Clarence River, has been in Whitby hands since the 1840s but now they're selling up. Or are they? What about the native title claim? Family conflicts, generational splits, commercial opportunism - nothing is black and white in the fight over Whitby Downs. (Publisher's blurb.) Blackheath : Brandl and Schlesinger , 2005
y separately published work icon Asymmetry Aidan Coleman , Blackheath : Brandl and Schlesinger , 2012 Z1861766 2012 selected work poetry

''What greater challenge for a poet than the recovery of language after its loss? These dense, powerful poems are the fruits of Coleman's year-long struggle. They read like some profound and moving metaphor for the process of writing poetry itself, but on a far more important plane, as we follow him from struck muteness to the dredging up of the bare bones of language, a process of reclamation that seems to find its fullest and most joyous expression – its cure – in the sensuous love poems for his wife that conclude the book, the wife who was at his side every painful inch of the way.' Peter Goldsworthy

''The lyrics of Asymmetry show us by turns the sorrows of dire illness and the joys of love.

'Aidan Coleman sees and feels things in sharp and memorable ways; yet he not only makes us perceive the world better but also he leads us to appreciate it the more. Australian poetry is the richer for this book.' Kevin Hart

''Dizzying imagery, executed with utter control. Coleman's artistry puts him in the forefront of young poets anywhere.' Les Murray' (Publication summary)

Blackheath : Brandl and Schlesinger , 2012

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