Posts Tagged ‘Graeme Miles’
birdlife takes flight
birdlife takes flight

birdlife was released into the world officially yesterday at our booklaunch at Clancy’s Fish Pub! It was a great afternoon, with artist Gregory Pryor launching the book with a wonderful speech, taking in the mutability of human/avian forms, to sparrows in China…     Writers read their own work from the book, with the lovely […]

birdlife printed and available now
birdlife printed and available now

We are very excited that our book, birdlife, is now in hand and available for purchase. A collaborative art and text title combining poetry by Michael Farrell, Nandi Chinna and Graeme Miles, writing by Nyanda Smith and visual artwork by Perdita Phillips – birdlife is a diverse consideration of the avian. It’s been described by […]

birdlife due from printers!

We are very excited that our fourth publication, birdlife, is at the printers and due to us next week!  A collaborative art and text title combining poetry by Michael Farrell, Nandi Chinna and Graeme Miles, writing by Nyanda Smith and visual artwork by Perdita Phllips – birdlife is a diverse consideration of the avian. It’s […]

birdlife due from printers!
birdlife due from printers!

We are very excited that our fourth publication, birdlife, is at the printers and due to us next week!  A collaborative art and text title combining poetry by Michael Farrell, Nandi Chinna and Graeme Miles, writing by Nyanda Smith and visual artwork by Perdita Phllips – birdlife is a diverse consideration of the avian. It’s […]

Graeme Miles

Graeme Miles is a Hobart-based poet who has published poetry in journals and anthologies including Best Australian Poetry 2004 and 2007 and Best Australian Poems 2004 and 2006 and the Puncher and Wattman Anthology of Australian Poetry. His first collection, Phosphorescence (Fremantle Press, 2005) was short-listed for the Western Australian Premier’s Prize for Literature (Poetry […]

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