1 edition of Poetry Australia, no. 16, June 1967 found in the catalog.
Poetry Australia, no. 16, June 1967
|Statement||editor: Grace Perry ; editorial advisers: Bruce Beaver ... [et al.] ; guest editor: A. J. M. Smith.|
|Contributions||Perry, Grace, Smith, A. J. M. 1902-1980., Livesay, Dorothy, 1909-1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Perkins has been writing, performing and publishing poetry in Australia and the Pacific. She won an Australia Day cultural award in for services to writing and mentoring youth. June has published two books, Under One Sky () and After Yasi, Finding the Smile Within (). In , after moving to Far North Queensland, she coordinated. Australian Poetry Library.
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Communications among competitors
Havelock Wilsons reply to Ernest Bevins pamphlet.
London and its environs
Our changing civilization
Latin American relations with the League of nations ...
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