Thursday

Bookcase 34


The Poet Speaks

Bookcase 34
Music & Audiobooks
[2 Shelves / # CDs]

1, 2 … = shelf numbers counting downwards

Shelves:
[1] Audiobooks
[2] Australian Poetry &c.


Shelf 1:
[Audiobooks]

    [Partition i]
  1. Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy: Inferno. Trans. Benedict Flynn. 1998. Read by Heathcote Williams. Set of 4 CDs (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2004.

  2. Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy: Purgatory. Trans. Benedict Flynn. Read by Heathcote Williams. Set of 3 CDs (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 1998.

  3. Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy: Paradise. Trans. Benedict Flynn. 1998. Read by Heathcote Williams. Set of 4 CDs (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2004.

  4. Burton, Sir Richard F., trans. The Arabian Nights: The Book of a Thousand Nights and a Night. 1885. Read by Philip Madoc. Set of 3 CDs (abridged). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos Audiobooks, 1995.

  5. Dawood, N. J., trans. Tales from the Thousand and One Nights. 1954-57. Read by Souad Faress & Raad Rawi. Set of 4 audio cassettes (abridged). London: Penguin AudioBooks, 1995.

  6. Auden, W. H. Reading His Poetry. 1945. Audio cassette. London: HarperCollins, 1955.

  7. [b] McClatchy, J. D., ed. The Voice of the Poet: W. H. Auden. 2000. CD. New York: Random House Audiobooks, n.d.

  8. [b] Beowulf. Trans. Michael Alexander. 1972. Read by David Rintoul. Set of 2 audio cassettes (complete). London: Penguin Audiobooks, 1997.

  9. [b] Beowulf. Trans. Benedict Flynn. 2006. Read by Crawford Logan. Set of 3 CDs (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos Audiobooks, 2006.

  10. Beowulf. Trans. & Read by Seamus Heaney. 1998. Set of 3 CDs (abridged). London: Penguin Audiobooks, 2000.

  11. [b] Borges, Jorge Luis. This Craft of Verse: Borges, In His Own Voice. The Complete Norton Lectures delivered at Harvard University. Set of 4 CDs. 1967. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2000.

  12. [b] Brunton, Alan. Red Mole’s City of Night. Dir. Alan Brunton & Sally Rodwell. Video cassette. Wellington: Red Mole, 2000.

  13. [b] Rodwell, Sally, dir. Heaven’s Cloudy Smile: Two Poets Go for a Walk. With Alan Brunton & Michele Leggott. Video cassette. Wellington: GG Films / Red Mole, 1998.

  14. [b] The Caedmon Poetry Collection: A Century of Poets Reading Their Work. Set of 3 CDs. Caedmon. New York: Harper Audio, 2000.

  15. Edmond, Lauris. The Poems of Lauris Edmond, including Wellington Letter and In Position. Read by Lauris Edmond & Frances Edmond. Music by Dorothy Buchanan. CD. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2000.

  16. [b] London, Joan. Gilgamesh: A Novel. 2001. Read by Deidre Rubenstein. Set of 8 CDs. Melbourne: Bolinda Publishing Pty., 2003.

  17. Sîn-leqi-unninnī. The Epic of Gilgamesh. Trans. N. K. Sandars. 1960. Read by Richard Pasco. Set of 2 audio cassettes (complete). London: Penguin Audiobooks, 1996.

  18. [b] Sîn-leqi-unninnī. The Epic of Gilgamesh. Trans. Stephen Mitchell. 2004. Read by George Guidall. Set of 4 CDs (complete). Recorded Books, 2004.

  19. [b] Godard, Jean-Luc. Nouvelle Vague. CD. München: ECM Records, 1997.

  20. Graves, Robert. The Spoken Word: The Poet Introduces and Reads a Selection of His Poems. CD. BBC. London: The British Library, 2009.

  21. Heaney, Seamus. Collected Poems: Death of a Naturalist (1966); Door into the Dark (1969); Wintering Out (1972); North (1975); Field Work (1979); Station Island (1984); The Haw Lantern (1987); Seeing Things (1991); The Spirit Level (1998); Electric Light (2001); District and Circle (2006). Read by the Author. Set of 15 CDs. Dublin: RTE / Lannan, 2009.

  22. Homer. The Iliad. Trans. William Cowper. 1791. Read by Anton Lesser. Set of 3 CDs (abridged). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos Audiobooks, 1995.

  23. Homer. The Odyssey. Trans. William Cowper. 1791. Read by Anton Lesser. Set of 3 CDs (abridged). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos Audiobooks, 1995.

  24. [b] Homer. The Iliad. Trans. Ian Johnstone. 2002. Read by Anton Lesser. Set of 13 CDs (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2006.

  25. [b] Homer. The Odyssey. Trans. Ian Johnstone. 2002. Read by Anton Lesser. Set of 10 CDs (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2007.

  26. [b] Homer. The Iliad. Trans. Robert Fagles. 1990. Read by Derek Jacobi. Introduction by Bernard Knox. Set of 6 audio cassettes (abridged). London: Penguin AudioBooks, 1993.

  27. [b] Homer. The Odyssey. Trans. E. V. Rieu. Read by Alex Jennings. Ed. D. C. H. Rieu & Peter Jones. Set of 6 audio cassettes (abridged). London: Penguin AudioBooks, 1995.

  28. [b] Homer. The Odyssey. Trans. Robert Fagles. 1996. Read by Ian McKellen. Set of 12 audio cassettes (complete). London: Penguin AudioBooks, 1996.

  29. Hughes, Ted. Reading His Poetry. 1977. Set of 2 CDs. London: HarperCollins, 2005.

  30. [b] McClatchy, J. D., ed. The Voice of the Poet: Robert Lowell. Audio cassette. New York: Random House Audiobooks, 2000.

  31. Miller, Henry. Tropic of Cancer. Read by Martin Balsam. Set of 2 audio cassettes (abridged). USA: Durkin Hayes Publishing Ltd., 1981.

  32. Milton, John. Paradise Lost. 1667. Read by Anton Lesser. Set of 9 CDs (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2005.

  33. Milton, John. Paradise Regained. 1671. Read by Anton Lesser. Set of 2 CDs (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2005.

  34. Mosby, Rebekah Presson, ed. Poetry on Record: 98 Poets Read Their Works, 1888-2006. Introduction by Al Young. 4 CDs included. Los Angeles, CA: Shout! Factory, 2006.

  35. Muldoon, Paul. Unplugged. 1996. Read by Paul Muldoon. Audio cassette. London: Faber / Penguin AudioBooks, 1997.

  36. Ovid: Metamorphoses. Trans. Frank Justus Miller. 1916. Read by Barry Kraft. Set of 12 CDs (complete). Blackstone Audiobooks, 2008.

  37. The Psalms. Authorised Version. 1604-1611. Read by Alex Jennings. Set of 4 CDs (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2005.

  38. Twentieth Century NZ Writers: Frank Sargeson. Read by Jacqui Dunn, Stuart Devenie & John O’Leary. Set of 3 CDs. Auckland: Wordpictures Audiobooks, n.d.

  39. Seeing Voices. New Zealand Poets Reading. Poems read by Alan Brunton, Lauris Edmond, Murray Edmond, David Eggleton, Anne French, Kapka Kassabova, Michele Leggott, Elizabeth Nannestad, Elizabeth Smither, C. K. Stead, Robert Sullivan, & Albert Wendt. Music by Dorothy Buchanan. CD. Auckland: Auckland University Press / Atoll Ltd., 1999.

  40. Thomas, Dylan. The Caedmon Collection. Read by the Author. 1952-53. Set of 11 CDs (complete). Introduced by Billy Collins. London: HarperCollins, 2002.

  41. [b] Thomas, Dylan. Under Milk Wood: A Play for Voices. With Richard Burton et al. 1954. Set of 2 CDs (complete). Forum. Regis Records Ltd, 2005.

  42. Tolkien, J. R. R. Collection Part One: The Silmarillion, The Hobbit, and The Fellowship of the Ring. Set of 2 audio cassettes. London: HarperCollins, 1955.

  43. Tolkien, J. R. R. Collection Part Two: The Two Towers, The Return of the King, and Poems & Songs of Middle-Earth. Set of 2 audio cassettes. London: HarperCollins, 1955.

  44. Tolkien, J. R. R., trans. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. 1975. Read by Terry Jones. Set of 4 CDs (complete). London: HarperCollins, 2007.

  45. Virgil. The Aeneid. Trans. Cecil Day Lewis. 1952. Read by Paul Scofield, Jill Balcon & Toby Stephens. Set of 4 CDs (abridged). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos Audiobooks, 2002.

  46. [b] Virgil. The Aeneid. Trans. Robert Fitzgerald. 1983. Read by Christopher Ravenscroft. Set of 8 CDs (abridged). Highbridge Company, 1995.

  47. Virgil. The Aeneid. Trans. Robert Fagles. 2006. Read by Simon Callow. Set of 10 CDs (complete). London: Naxos Penguin, 2006.

  48. [b] White, Gabriel. Air Points. Melbourne, 2001. 2 video cassettes.

  49. [b] White, Gabriel. Sketch for Jack (Britney Suite). Melbourne, 2001. 2 video cassettes.

  50. [b] White, Gabriel. Tongdo Fantasia. 2003. DVD. Auckland: www.gabrielwhite.co.nz, 2008.

  51. [b] White, Gabriel. El Arbol del Tule. 2005. DVD. Auckland: www.gabrielwhite.co.nz, 2008.

  52. [b] White, Gabriel. A Journey to the West. 2003. DVD. Auckland: www.gabrielwhite.co.nz, 2008.

  53. [b] White, Gabriel. Aucklantis. 2006. 25 minutes. DVD. Auckland: www.gabrielwhite.co.nz, 2008.

  54. [b] White, Gabriel. Aucklantis. c.60 minutes. DVD. Auckland: www.gabrielwhite.co.nz, 2006.

  55. [b] White, Gabriel. Aucklantis. 67 minutes. DVD. Auckland: www.gabrielwhite.co.nz, 2007.

  56. [b] White, Gabriel. Auckland: The Unplanned Masterpiece. 2009. c.60 minutes. DVD. Auckland: www.gabrielwhite.co.nz, 2009.

  57. [b] [White, Gabriel. Reviews & Materials (2007-2009).]



  58. [b] Britten, Benjamin. Orchestral Song-Cycles, 1: Quatres Chansons Françaises / Our Hunting Fathers / Les Illuminations. 1928, 1936 & 1939. English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Steuart Bedford. 1994. CD. Canada: Naxos Rights International Ltd., 2004.

  59. [b] The Mahabharata, by Jean-Claude Carrière, dir. Peter Brook – starring Urs Bihler, Ryszard Cieslak, Georges Corraface – (UK, 1989). 3 vols:
    • A Game of Dice
    • Exile in the Forest
    • The War

  60. [b] Kaye, Anna. Little Bonfire. Music by Anna Kaye and the Engineers. CD. Auckland: Evergreen Music, 2010.

  61. [b] McCourt, Frank. Angela's Ashes: A Memoir of Childhood. 1996. Read by Frank McCourt. Set of 2 audio cassettes (abridged). London: HarperCollins AudioBooks, 1999.

  62. Monkey [“Saiyūki”]: Season One: Episodes 1-13. Japan: Nippon TV, 1978.

  63. Monkey [“Saiyūki”]: Season One: Episodes 14-26. Japan: Nippon TV, 1978.

  64. Monkey [“Saiyūki”]: Season Two: Episodes 27-39. Japan: Nippon TV, 1979.

  65. Monkey [“Saiyūki”]: Season Two: Episodes 40-52. Japan: Nippon TV, 1980.

  66. [b] Mosby, Rebekah Presson, ed. Poetry on Record: 98 Poets Read Their Works, 1888-2006. Introduction by Al Young. 4 CDs included. Los Angeles, CA: Shout! Factory, 2006.

  67. Rain, Tessa. Dirt Poems. CD. Wellington, 2010.

  68. [b] Titus, Art, & Jack Ross. Titus & Ross. 1970. Produced by Bubba Fowler. CD. N.p.: Fallout, n.d.

  69. [b] Vonnegut, Kurt. A Man Without a Country. 2006. Read by Street Remley. Set of 2 CDs (complete). Ultimo, NSW: ABC Audio, 2007.

  70. [NZ Literature] (Box 1):

  71. Amon, Arthur. he said it to himself. Auckland: Small Print, 1997.

  72. Catalyst 1 (September 2003), ed. Doc Drumheller (Christchurch: Neo Ismist Press).

  73. Catalyst 2 (April 2004), ed. Doc Drumheller (Christchurch: Neo Ismist Press).

  74. Childs, Cyril, ed. The Second New Zealand Haiku Anthology. Wellington: The New Zealand Poetry Society, Inc., 1998.

  75. Journal of New Zealand Literature 20 (July 2003), ed. K. O. Arvidson, Sarah Shieff, Mark Houlahan & Kirstine Moffat (Hamilton: University of Waikato).

  76. Landfall 160 (December 1986), ed. Judith Baker (Christchurch: The Caxton Press).

  77. Landfall 194 (Spring 1997): 50th Anniversary Issue, ed. Chris Price (Dunedin: University of Otago Press).

  78. Poetry NZ 14: Featuring John Allison (1997), ed. Alistair Paterson (Auckland: Brick Row).

  79. Poetry NZ 19: Featuring Judy Parker (1999), ed. Alistair Paterson (Auckland: Brick Row).

  80. Poetry NZ 20: Featuring Stephanie de Montalk (2000), ed. Alistair Paterson (Auckland: Brick Row).

  81. Poetry NZ 23: Featuring Pooja Mittal (2001), ed. Alistair Paterson (Auckland: Brick Row).

  82. Poetry NZ 24: Featuring Michael Harlow (2002), ed. Alistair Paterson (Auckland: Brick Row).

  83. Poetry NZ 27: Featuring Owen Bullock (2003), ed. Alistair Paterson (Auckland: Brick Row).

  84. Poetry NZ 29: Featuring Olivia Macassey (2004), ed. Alistair Paterson (Auckland: Brick Row).

  85. Poetry NZ 31: Featuring Alistair Campbell (2005), ed. Alistair Paterson (Auckland: Brick Row).

  86. Poetry NZ 36: Featuring Marissa Johnpillai (2008), ed. Owen Bullock (Auckland: Puriri Press / Palm Springs: Brick Row).

  87. Poetry NZ 39: Featuring Zarah Butcher (2009), ed. Siobhan Harvey (Auckland: Puriri Press / Palm Springs: Brick Row).

  88. Poetry NZ 41: Featuring Richard Reeve (2010), ed. Nicholas Reid (Auckland: Puriri Press / Palm Springs: Brick Row).

  89. Salt 5 (1997), ed. Hamish Dewe & Scott Hamilton (Auckland).

  90. Tongue in Your Ear 1 (December 1995), ed. Raewyn Alexander, David Lyndon Brown, Olwyn Stewart & Judith McNeil (Auckland: Four/Two Publishing).

  91. Tongue in Your Ear 2 (n.d. [c.1996]), ed. Raewyn Alexander, David Lyndon Brown, Olwyn Stewart & Judith McNeil (Auckland: Four/Two Publishing).

  92. [NZ Literature] (Box 2):

  93. The Artist: A Colouring-in Book for Adults. N.p.: n.p., [2004].

  94. Bravado 1 (November 2003), ed. Sue Emms, Owen Bullock, Jenny Argante (Tauranga).

  95. Bravado 4 (May 2005), ed. Sue Emms, Owen Bullock, Jenny Argante (Tauranga).

  96. Butcher, Tania. Smudged Red on Cheek: A Book of Poems. Palmerston North: Totem Press, 2003.

  97. Corballis, Richard & André Viola, ed. Postcolonial Knitting: The Art of Jacqueline Bardolph. Massey University, Palmerston North: School of English & Media Studies, 2000.

  98. Edge, Julian. Essentials of English Language Teaching. Longman Keys to Language Teaching. Ed. Neville Grant. 1993. London & New York: Longman, 1994.

  99. Erasmuson, Martin, & Glen Lauder, eds. Wild Food for the Soul: A Collection of New West Coast Writing. Hokitika: Hokitia Live Poets Society Inc., 1997.

  100. Jackson, Anna & Diana Harris, eds. e-mailing venus: Translations of Poets from Sappho Onwards. Auckland: Venus Press, 1998.

  101. [Jensen, Jackie-Anne. Language School Teaching Materials I (1990-1996).]

  102. [Ross, Jack. Keep Reading as the Day Declines (Auckland, 1998).]

  103. Sport 20 (Autumn 1998). Ed. James Brown & Fergus Barrowman. Wellington: Victoria University Press.

  104. Takahe 62 (Summer 2007). Ed. Isa Moynihan, with Karen Zelas, James Norcliffe, & Cassandra Fusco. Christchurch: The Takahe Collective Trust.

  105. Takahe 64 (Winter 2008). Guest Ed. Janine Sowerby, with Karen Zelas, James Norcliffe, & Cassandra Fusco. Christchurch: The Takahe Collective Trust.

  106. Poetry NZ 43: Featuring Anne French (2011), ed. Nicholas Reid (Auckland).


  107. [Partition ii]
  108. Forsberg, Andrew, Robert Hutchinson, & Vanessa York, ed. Pander 1 (Spring 1997). [multiple copies].

  109. Forsberg, Andrew, Robert Hutchinson, & Vanessa York, eds. Pander 2 (Summer ’97-‘98). [multiple copies].

  110. Ross, Jack, Andrew Forsberg, Robert Hutchinson, & Vanessa York, eds. Pander 3 (Autumn 1998). [multiple copies].

  111. [Audio Cassettes] (Box I):

  112. Apollinaire, Guillaume. Lettres à Lou. 1915. Read by Gérard Desarthe (abridged). L’imaginaire. Paris: Gallimard, 1990. Cassette 1.

  113. Burton, Sir Richard F., trans. The Arabian Nights: The Book of a Thousand Nights and a Night. 1885. Read by Philip Madoc (abridged). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos Audiobooks, 1995. Cassettes 1-3.

  114. Dawood, N. J., trans. Tales from the Thousand and One Nights. 1954-57. Read by Souad Faress & Raad Rawi (abridged). London: Penguin AudioBooks, 1995. Cassettes 1-4.

  115. Auden, W. H. Reading His Poetry. 1953. London: HarperCollins, 1955. Cassette 1.

  116. The Voice of the Poet: W. H. Auden. Ed. J. D. McClatchy. New York: Random House Audiobooks, 2000. Cassette 1.

  117. Yates, Charlotte, ed. Baxter: Poems by James K. Baxter set to the music of twelve selected NZ recording artists. NZ: Universal Music Ltd., 2000. Cassette 1.

  118. Beowulf. Trans. Michael Alexander. 1972. Read by David Rintoul (complete). London: Penguin Audiobooks, 1997. Cassettes 1-2.

  119. Beowulf. Trans. Benedict Flynn. 2006. Read by Crawford Logan (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos Audiobooks, 2006. Cassettes 1-2.

  120. Beowulf. Trans. & Read by Seamus Heaney. 1998 (abridged). London: Penguin Audiobooks, 2000. Cassettes 1-2.

  121. Borges, Jorge Luis. This Craft of Verse: Borges, In His Own Voice. The Complete Norton Lectures delivered at Harvard University. 1967. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2000. Cassettes 1-3.

  122. The Caedmon Poetry Collection: A Century of Poets Reading Their Work. Caedmon. New York: Harper Audio, 2000. Cassettes 1-3.

  123. Poetry Speaks: Hear Great Poets Read Their Work from Tennyson to Plath. Ed. Elise Paschen & Rebekah Preson Mosby. Napierville, Illinois: SourceBooks MediaFusion, 2001. Cassettes 1-2.

  124. Ross, Jack, ed. Classic New Zealand Poets in Performance. Poems Selected by Jack Ross & Jan Kemp. 2 CDs included. 2nd impression. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006. Cassettes 1-2.

  125. Ross, Jack & Jan Kemp, ed. Contemporary New Zealand Poets in Performance. 2 CDs included. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007. Cassettes 1-2.

  126. Ross, Jack, ed. New New Zealand Poets in Performance. Poems Selected by Jack Ross & Jan Kemp. 2 CDs included. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008. Cassettes 1-2.

  127. Dante. The Divine Comedy: Inferno. Trans. Benedict Flynn. 1998. Read by Heathcote Williams (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2004. Cassettes 1-3.

  128. Dante. The Divine Comedy: Purgatory. Trans. Benedict Flynn. Read by Heathcote Williams (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 1998. Cassettes 1-3.

  129. Dante. The Divine Comedy: Paradise. Trans. Benedict Flynn. 1998. Read by Heathcote Williams (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2004. Cassettes 1-3.

  130. [Audio Cassettes] (Box II):

  131. The Epic of Gilgamesh. Trans. N. K. Sandars. 1960. Read by Richard Pasco (complete). London: Penguin Audiobooks, 1996. Cassettes 1-2.

  132. The Epic of Gilgamesh. Trans. Stephen Mitchell. 2004. Read by George Guidall (complete). Recorded Books, 2004. Cassettes 1-3.

  133. Ginsberg, Allen. Holy Soul Jelly Roll: Poems and Songs 1949-1993. Read by the Author. Set of 4 CDs. USA: Rhino Records Inc., 1994. Cassettes 1-4.

  134. Heaney, Seamus. Collected Poems: Death of a Naturalist (1966); Door into the Dark (1969); Wintering Out (1972); North (1975); Field Work (1979); Station Island (1984); The Haw Lantern (1987); Seeing Things (1991); The Spirit Level (1998); Electric Light (2001); District and Circle (2006). Read by the Author. Dublin: RTE / Lannan, 2009. Cassettes 1-9.

  135. Homer. The Iliad. Trans. William Cowper. 1791. Read by Anton Lesser (abridged). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos Audiobooks, 1995. Cassettes 1-3.

  136. Homer. The Iliad. Trans. Robert Fagles. 1990. Read by Derek Jacobi (abridged). London: Penguin AudioBooks, 1993. Cassettes 1-6.

  137. Homer. The Iliad. Trans. Ian Johnstone. 2002. Read by Anton Lesser (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2006. Cassettes 1-12.

  138. Homer. The Odyssey. Trans. William Cowper. 1791. Read by Anton Lesser (abridged). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos Audiobooks, 1995. Cassettes 1-3.

  139. [Audio Cassettes] (Box III):

  140. Homer. The Odyssey. Trans. Robert Fagles. 1996. Read by Ian McKellen (complete). London: Penguin AudioBooks, 1996. Cassettes 1-12.

  141. Homer. The Odyssey. Trans. Ian Johnstone. 2002. Read by Anton Lesser (complete). Redhill, Surrey: Naxos AudioBooks, 2007. Cassettes 1-9.

  142. Homer. The Odyssey. Trans. E. V. Rieu. Read by Alex Jennings (abridged). London: Penguin AudioBooks, 1995. Cassettes 1-6.

  143. Graves, Robert. The Spoken Word: The Poet Introduces and Reads a Selection of His Poems. CD. BBC. London: The British Library, 2009. Cassette 1.

  144. Hughes, Ted. Reading His Poetry. 1977. London: HarperCollins, 2005. Cassette 1.

  145. Lilburn, Douglas. Salutes to Poets: Sings Harry (Denis Glover); Three Songs (Basil Dowling & Ruth Dallas) ; Salutes to Seven Poets ; Three Songs (Ursula Bethell, R. A. K. Mason & James K. Baxter). NZ, 2006. Cassette 1.

  146. London, Joan. Gilgamesh: A Novel. 2001. Read by Deidre Rubenstein. Melbourne: Bolinda Publishing Pty., 2003. Cassettes 1-6.

  147. The Voice of the Poet: Robert Lowell. Ed. J. D. McClatchy. New York: Random House Audiobooks, 2000. Cassette 1.

  148. Masefield, John. Sea Fever and Other Poems. UK: Spoken Arts, n.d. Cassette 1.

  149. Masefield, John. The Story of Ossian Read by John Masefield, O.M. 1959. New York: Spoken Arts, 1960. Cassette 1.

  150. Masefield, John. A Fox’s Day. UK: Spoken Arts, n.d. Cassette 1.

  151. Mason, Bruce. Solo: The End of the Golden Weather. 1959. NZ : Kiwi/Pacific Records, 1989. Cassettes 1-2.


Shelf 2:
[Australian Poetry &c.]

    [Contemporary Australian Poetry]

  1. Aitken, Adam. Tonto's Revenge. Tinfish Retro Series, 2. Kāne’ohe, Hawaii: Tinfish Press, 2011.

  2. Albiston, Jordie. The Hanging of Jean Lee. 1998. Melbourne: Black Pepper, 2013.

  3. Brown, Pamela. This World / This Place. UQP Poetry. St Lucia, Queensland: University Of Queensland Press, 1994.

  4. Brown, Pam. Dear Deliria: New and Selected Poems. Cambridge, UK & Applecross, Western Australia: Salt Publishing, 2002.

  5. Brown, Pam. True Thoughts. Cambridge, UK: Salt Publishing, 2008.

  6. Brown, Pam. Authentic Local. Soi 3 Modern Poets. Brisbane: Papertiger Media Inc., 2010.

  7. Brown, Pam. Anyworld. Australian Pocket Poets Series. minor works. Maxwell, NSW & Macao: Flying Island Books, 2011.

  8. Brown, Pam, Ken Bolton & Laurie Duggan. Let's Get Lost. Stray Dog Editions, 15. Newtown, Sydney, NSW: Vagabond Press, 2005.

  9. Cordite Books. Melbourne: Cordite Press Inc., 2015:
    1. Gibson, Ross. Stone Grown Cold. Introduction by Pam Brown.
    2. Harkin, Natalie. Dirty Words. Introduction by Peter Minter.
    3. Hawke, John. Aurelia. Introduction by Gig Ryan.
    4. Loney, Alan. Crankhandle: Notebooks November 2010-June 2012. Introduction by Michael Farrell.

  10. Curnow, Nathan. No Other Life But This. New Poets XI. Melbourne: Five Island Press, 2006.

  11. Curnow, Nathan. The Ghost Poetry Project. Glebe: NSW: Puncher & Wattmann, 2009.

  12. Farrell, Michael. A Raiders Guide: New Poems. Giramondo Poets. Sydney: Giramondo Publishing Company, 2008.

  13. Farrell, Michael. thempark. Melbourne: Book Thug, 2010.

  14. Hardacre, Paul. The Year Nothing. Wellington: HeadworX, 2003.

  15. Harrison, Jennifer, & Kate Waterhouse, ed. Motherlode: Australian Women's POetry, 1986-2008. Glebe, NSW: Puncher & Wattmann, 2009.

  16. IPSI Chapbooks. University of Canberra: International Poetry Studies Institute, 2016:
    1. Gross, Philip. time in the dingle.
    2. Coles, Katherine. Bewilder.
    3. Watson, Samuel Wagan. monster's ink.
    4. Jacobson, Lisa. the asylum poems.
    5. Armitage, Simon. new cemetery.
    6. Avia, Tusiata. the new adventures of Nafanua, Samoan goddess of war.
    7. Johnson, Judy. counsel for the defence.

  17. Jones, Jill. Broken / Open. Salt Modern Poets. Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2005.

  18. Jones, Jill. Dark Bright Doors. Kent Town, South Australia: Wakefield Press, 2010.

  19. New Poets XI. Melbourne: Five Island Press, 2006:
    1. Curnow, Nathan. No Other Life But This.
    2. Gillett, Ross. The Sea Factory.
    3. Haig, Francesca. Bodies of Water.
    4. Mammen, Gita. Feefafafaluda.
    5. Smith, Ali Jane. Gala.
    6. Waterhouse, Kate. Keep Breathing.

  20. Smith, Hazel. The Erotics of Geography: Poetry, Performance Texts, New Media Works. Kaneo'he, Hawai'i: Tinfish Press, 2008.

  21. Stewart, Amanda. I/T: Selected Poems 1980-1996. CD included. Surry Hills, NSW: Here and There Books, 1998.

  22. Wilkinson, Jessica L. Marionette: A Biography of Miss Marion Davies. Sydney & Tokyo: Vagabond Press, 2012.








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