A crowd of voices was first published by Pariah Press (Melbourne, Australia) in 1985. It won the Fellowship of Australian Writers’ Anne Elder Award and the Association for the Study of Australian Literature’s Mary Gilmore Award.
for Deanna H.
- «A crowd of voices» [contents]
- The high price of travelling
- Epic red
- The whole year travelling
- ‘Stroke of the eye’
- Burning poem
- Death by drowning
- The weight of freedom
- Talking heads
- The english garden
- Floating on water
- X equals X
- Days dressed in dream and black wire
- Our winter solstice
- Poems from psychoanalysis
- The poetry of Wallace Stevens
- Mario Giacomelli’s Scanno
- The K-Tel instant love poem and cigarette machine
- Is sex important?
- after Invocation
- Ode to John Tranter
- The possibilities of language
- Big orchestra
- The living room
- Review of A crowd of voices, in ‘Mordant and threatening behind the bright detail’, Sydney Morning Herald, September 1986 (9/1/1986)
- Review of A crowd of voices in ‘Small, poignant details of hell’, The Weekend Australian, 1986 (9/1/1986)
- Interview, LiNQ Vol 15, No 3 (1987) (9/1/1987)
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