by Sarah Jane Barnett
In these six long poems Sarah Jane Barnett explores how people fight for a normal life. Set in Ethiopia, Paris, Norway, and New Zealand these astonishing poems take you into the lives of others - a grieving man leaves Ethiopia at the end of the civil war; a polyamorous couple have a child; a woman hunts a black bear on a New Zealand sheep station. Original and spellbinding, these poems walk the line between poetry and fiction.
Autobiography of a Marguerite
'Butcher-McGunnigle's poetry evokes Anne Carson and Thalia Field. It is original, startling writing.' - Sonja Yelich
The Mermaid Boy
by John Summers
'These strange, fetching yarns of outsiders, losers, and other average New Zealanders read like fiction, with their artful crafting of unlikely events ... It's non-fiction as murky realism, and its down low, observational, fun.'- Steve Braunias
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