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REVIEW OF 'THE UNSPEAK POEMS
and other verses'

Mark Roberts, 'Cordite Poetry Review'



POEMS FROM 'THE UNSPEAK POEMS
and other verses'

Pentecostal Chillout
Advice to an Emerging Poet
Clancy of the Cultural Studies Department



REVIEWS OF OTHER BOOKS BY TIM THORNE

Taking Queen Victoria to Inveresk (1997)
Best Bitter (2003)
I Con (2009)



MORE POETRY BY TIM THORNE

Bronte Country
Jonathan Burke McHugo Comes to Town
Tourism
When in California
Normality
Alabama



LAUNCH SPEECH

TULLY, John: Robbed of Every Blessing (2015)



INTERVIEW

A conversation with Tim Thorne (2007)



REVIEWS BY TIM THORNE

ALVAREZ, Ivy (edited): A Slice of Cherry Pie
ALVAREZ, Ivy (edited): We Don't Stop Here
BENNETT, Stefanie: Symphony for Heart and Stone
KNIGHT, Karen, MATHISON, Robyn, KNIGHT, Norma, REEVES, Lyn, WINFIELD, Liz: Republican Dreaming
LOMER, Kathryn. Extraction of Arrows
MANSELL, Chris: Mortification & Lies
MINTER, Peter: Blue Grass
RIETH, Homer: The Dinng Car Scene
SIMPSON, Matt: In Deep
WEARNE, Alan: Kicking in Danger



          Tim Thorne

TIM THORNE'S writing career has stretched over half a century, during which time he has worked as a poet in schools, universities, trade unions, industry associations, prisons and art galleries in places as diverse as Darwin, Liverpool and Prince Edward Island.

He was a national finalist in the Poetry Slam in 2009 and 2010. Thorne was awarded the Stanford Writing Scholarship, 1971, New Poetry Award, 1973, Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship for poetry, 1978, the Gleebooks Poetry Sprint, 1995, the Launceston Poetry Cup, 2006 & 2008, the William Baylebridge award, 2007; and the Christopher Brennan Award, 2012. He has also received support from the Australia Council, Arts Tasmania and the Eleanor Dark Foundation.

He was born in Launceston Tasmania, where he lives with his wife, Stephanie.