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John Kinsella in conversation with Will Yeoman

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John Kinsella in conversation with Will Yeoman

Will Yeoman, journalist for The West Australian and director of the York Festival, interviews Wheatbelt resident and habitué of York, John Kinsella. Listen to John Kinsella's episode Writing the Wheatbelt on York Stories: The York Festival Podcast.

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Interview with John Kinsella

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Interview with John Kinsella

UWAP interviews John Kinsella about his poetry and the publication of the first volume of his collected works.

How does it feel to see your collected works together in print for the first time?

It’s an exciting and overwhelming thing — I’ve understood a lot of my life through poetry, so this tells a story in a way I can better understand this life and what I’ve seen, experienced, thought and also tried to do as an activist.

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UWAP celebrates ten years of publishing Australian poetry

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UWAP celebrates ten years of publishing Australian poetry

UWA Publishing has celebrated its tenth anniversary of publishing Australian poetry with the release of four significant titles this month.

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Quinn Eades WINS the Mary Gilmore Award

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Quinn Eades WINS the Mary Gilmore Award

Rallying by Quinn Eades wins the 2017 Mary Gilmore Award for best first book of poetry.

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Three UWAP Poetry books shortlisted for the 2018 Mary Gilmore Award

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Three UWAP Poetry books shortlisted for the 2018 Mary Gilmore Award

The 2018 Mary Gilmore Award for a first book of poetry announced today...

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