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This is Tim Jones’ second collection of poetry and follows on from Boat People (2002). It includes his poem The Translator, which was selected for inclusion in Best New Zealand Poems 2004, and poems which have been published in the Listener, North & South, New Zealand Books, JAAM, and a number of other venues, including US and Australian magazines. The poems range all ...more
Paperback, 80 pages
Published September 2007 by HeadworX

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I'm an author from New Zealand who writes science fiction, literary fiction, and poetry. I won the New Zealand Society of Authors Janet Frame Memorial Award for Literature in 2010.

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My latest book is poetry anthology The Stars Like Sand: Australian Speculative Poetry, co-edited with P.S. Cottier. You can buy The S
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