Celebrating 20 Years of Independent Literary Publishing

Homage to John Forbes


Edited by KEN BOLTON

“…this book is utterly enjoyable and utterly necessary.”
- Australian Book Review

Homage to John Forbes gives an account of John Forbes by other poets, academics and critics. It treats his work, the evolution of major changes and stances within it, his influence and influences, and gives an overview of the Australian poetry scene in the past three decades.

Essays by Laurie Duggan, Pam Brown, Peter Porter, Carl Harrison-Ford, Ivor Indyk, Gig Ryan, Alan Wearne, Cassie Lewis, Rosemary Hunter, John Kinsella and Tracy Ryan, Ken Bolton; plus John Forbes in conversation and poems in tribute to John Forbes from Peter Porter, Tracy Ryan, Pam Brown, John Tranter, Cath Kenneally, Chris Burns and Ken Bolton.

ISBN 1 876040 38 6
$28.95
240 pp pb

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