Alvin Pang

Alvin Pang is an award-winning poet and editor, and Adjunct Professor of RMIT University. A 2022 Dublin Literary Award judge and Civitella Ranieri Fellow, his writings have been translated into more than twenty languages worldwide, including volumes in Swedish, Slovene, Croatian, Macedonian, Chinese and French.

Author's books

Diaphanous

$19.95

For over a decade, international poets Alvin Pang (Singapore) and George Szirtes (UK) have met time and again—as friends and fellow wordsmiths on page and stage—until the Covid-19 pandemic struck. Confined to different sides of the globe, they began to write poems back and forth in response to one another.  Reflecting on the circumstances in which we find ourselves living, the two poets dance in language through questions of life and time, with the world teetering from Covid through Black Lives Matters and Brexit to the Ukraine conflict.

New in 2023Featured

2023 Editions

Original price was: $299.25.Current price is: $240.00.

Get all fifteen of our new poetry collections released as they are released 2023

Featuring new work by:

April
Nathan Shepherson, Sandra Renew
May
Ally Chua, Alvin Pang & George Szirtes
June
Erin Shiel, Owen Bullock
July
K A Nelson, Martin Dolan
September
Es Foong, Brendan Ryan, Thabani Tshuma
October
Jennifer Allen, Brent Cantwell
November
Jen Webb, Kerry Greer

No News: 90 Poets Reflect on a Unique BBC Newscast

$19.95

90 poets from across the world reflect on a this marker of a time before the 24-hour news cycle, before the ubiquity of news and information that seems to haunt us through our daily lives. Through this anthology there are poems that capture that moment of nothing but piano music making up an evening news bulletin, poems that contrast this with today’s news, and personal stories grounded in the intervening years.