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After the Demolition

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From Keri Glastonbury's introduction:

'Philosophical questions of reality and duality underpin many of the poems in Zenobia Frost’s After the Demolition, leading to a sense of rebuilding and remembrance in the aftermath of abodes.

'After the Demolition begins by articulating the various insecurities underpinning the issue of housing for the millennial generation and expands this into a quirky, queer, feminist alter-poetic for living and dwelling.'

78 pages, Paperback

Published August 15, 2019

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Zenobia Frost

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Zenobia Frost is a poet based in Brisbane, Australia. Her work can be found in Cordite, Scum, Woolf Pack, Australian Poetry Journal and Contemporary Feminist Poetry. She won the 2018 Val Vallis Award for her poem, Reality On-Demand.

Zenobia’s second poetry collection, After the Demolition, is forthcoming from Cordite Books. Her debut poetry collection, Salt and Bone (Walleah Press) was shortlisted for the 2013 Thomas Shapcott Prize.

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