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The White Line of Language

Deb Stewart

Publisher: Ginninderra Press

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‘It is poetically satisfying when gutsy is elegant and outspoken is gentle, when the snake nerve writhes with realisation so that wonder is reborn accompanied by the music of new knowledge, by the rewards of a past paid for and a future fortified. The maturity of these poems, combined with the poet’s belief in the redemptive power of poetry, is a cause for celebration.’ –  Syd Harrex (praise for Shadow Selves)

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