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POETRY SELECTION FROM 'CURIO'

One more feather and I'll fly

Portrait

Assisted Passage

Skulduggery



REVIEWS OF 'CURIO'

Hamish Danks Brown, 'Rochford Street Review'

Ali Jane Smith, reviewing books by joanne burns, Jennifer Maiden, Kristin Hannaford and Petra White in The Weekend Australian

Mary Cresswell 'Plumwood Mountain'

Libby Hart, reviewing Curio in What the Bird Said: Contemporary and International Poetry

Anne Elvey, reviewing Curio along with Julie Maclean’s When I saw Jimi and Kiss of the Viking in Cordite, 5th February 2015.



MORE POETRY BY KRISTIN HANNAFORD

Curlew

Unwinding

Lee side, On board the Triton

Birthday

Driftwood



MISCELLANEOUS

Kristin Hannaford, launching Paul Summer's collection primitive cartography, Rockhampton, August 23rd, 2013.





KRISTIN HANNAFORD is a Queensland based writer. Her new poetry collection Curio (Walleah Press 2014) invites readers into a world of artefacts, curiosities and natural history specimens.

Previous collections include the chapbook Fragile Context (Post Pressed 2007), 'Inhale’ in Swelter (Interactive Press 2003) and with Paul Summers – Trace (Creative Capricorn, 2013) – a chapbook of commissioned poems exploring histories of Rockhampton.

Her poems and short fiction are published in a range of Australian and International literary journals, including Australian Poetry Journal, Cordite, and Overland, as well as on ferries and on signage for the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service.