Three new IPSI chapbooks
To coincide with the Poetry on the Move Festival at the University of Canberra 14-21 September, IPSI (International Poetry Studies Institute) is releasing three new chapbooks by significant international and national poets.
In Seas and Trees, Vahni Capildeo negotiates—with profound power and profound delicacy—uncertain realms of paradox, the force of nature and the will to power, in order to extract the phosphorescence, the luminescence, the gold.
Phillip Hall's Borroloola Class is painterly, resonant, songlike, a beautifully crafted collection of poems expressing deep-felt gratitude to, and respect for, the Borroloola mob, many of the poems here dedicated to the Borroloola people.
In Air Variations Jennifer Harrison offers beautifully crafted reflections and reveries, quietly spoken images, descriptions and observations of daily life: gardening, relationships, family, friends, ageing and illness.
All books are $8.95 (including postage in Australia) and $12.95 (for international postage)