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To Fly Again

Ray Stuart

Publisher: Ginninderra Press

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Ray Stuart was born in Sydney. His poetry has been published widely over south-east Australia, in the Northern Territory and in Friendly Street collections. In 1999, he won the Satura Prize for ‘Duty Call’, reviewed by Ray Liversidge as ‘one long, elegant and lyrical sentence describing an unconditional reconciliatory gesture’.

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