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Title: Salty Pleasures. "Attempts at Being", by Alison Croggon and "The Long Moment", by Kate Fagan and "Screens Jets Heaven: New and Selected Poems", by Jill Jones and "Versary", by Kate Lilley. [review]
Authors: McCooey, David
Keywords: Australian
Book Reviews
Publishing
Issue Date: Sep-2002
Publisher: Australian Book Review
Citation: McCooey, David 2002. Salty Pleasures. Review of "Attempts at Being" by Alison Croggon and "The Long Moment" by Kate Fagan and "Screens Jets Heaven: New and Selected Poems" by Jill Jones and "Versary" by Kate Lilley. 'Australian Book Review', No 244, September, 56-57.
Series/Report no.: No 244
Abstract: Aesthetic pleasure is immediately apparent in these new works from Salt, the Anglo-Australian publisher that has developed an exciting international poetry list ranging from Ron Silliman to Dennis Haskell. The pleasure of reading this list is partly bibliographic. Salt publishes some of the bestlooking (and most reasonably priced) poetry books in the country. The stock is excellent and the text well designed. At a time when the chances of getting a book of poetry published is as slim as a supermodel, it must be doubly pleasing to be published by a company like Salt. These new works continue Salt’s stylish, serious approach to poetry.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1641
ISSN: 0155-2864
Appears in Collections:No 244 - September 2002

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