Hey those books/volumes/chapbooks look familiar. Thank you for showing us around. Why don’t you have an Australian accent (well you do but you are very well spoken) – you are not from the upper crust are you? Not that I would hold that against you – just curious.
Haha, thankyou. Cast and crew-
The Poet Busker – Kiersty Boon (gift)
Extempore #1 – (ed Miriam Zolin) (purchased)
Auguries of Innocence – Patti Smith (gift from Ms Smith’s editor)
Ruined Man – Graham Nunn (purchased)
Going Down Swinging #27 – (ed Lisa Greenway and Klare Lanson) (purchased)
Speedpoets Vol8.3 – (ed Graham Nunn) (contributors copy)
Walking On Chalk – Kiersty Boon (purchased)
Original Skin – Maxine Clarke (one purchased, one gift (signed))
Not Enough To Fold – Amanda Joy (purchased)
Eclipsed – (ed Kiersty Boon and The Poets Cornered) (purchased)
The Puzzle Box – Paul Squires (purchased)
Grist for the Mill –
The Picador Book of Blues and Jazz – (ed James Campbell)
Nobody Knows My Name – James Baldwin
Surrealist Poetry in English – (ed – Edward B. Germain)
The Weekend Australian Magazine – (Oct 17-18, 2009)
'And you have to deal with the terrible karma too.' Paul Squires.
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