Self-Division: Little Song Selections

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Poetry, runner up for the Judith Wright Poetry Prize. Judge's Report: Lachlan Brown’s ‘Self-division: little song selections’, this year’s runner-up, is a series of playful but moody sonnets set in suburban Western Sydney, structured around the prime-numbered tracks of what could be a hoax record by an unknown band. Brown’s breathtaking enjambments (‘those ads you accident- / ally click on before the world / explodes’) give the malle(y)able sonnet form yet another lease of life.
Original languageEnglish
Typeseries of sonnets, runner-up in Judith Wright Poetry Prize
PublisherOverland Literary Journal
Place of PublicationFootscray Victoria
Edition266 Autumn 2017
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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