Nine poems by five poets, this small landmark book has become a collector's piece, pointing the way to the directions New Zealand poetry was to take in the subsequent decades.
Poems for the Eighties
edited by Roger Robinson
COLLECTOR'S ITEM, VERY FEW LEFT, PRICE INCREASING
This collection of nine poems by five poets has become a collector's piece, a landmark small book that pointed the way to the directions New Zealand poetry was to take in the subsequent decades. The poets are Fleur Adcock, Lauris Edmond, Sam Hunt, Bill Manhire, C.K. Stead.
It was produced as a souvenir of the festive and influential conference, "New Zealand Writing 1959-1979." The poems were published here for the first time.
Paper cover, stapled, 16 pages, limited edition, US$20/NZ25, free shipping. Not otherwise available.
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