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ANNE COLLINS

Poetry

Never So Violent
Accent and Rhythm
Regarding the Invisible

Essay

Marion Bay

Launch speeches

(Liz Winfield's launch of) Anne Collins' poetry collection The Season of Chance, Hobart, 9th Aug 2005
Launch: Blue giraffe 6, Hobart, 2nd Dec 2007

Reviews

'Island' magazine # 69 (1996)
Liz Winfield's Too Much Happens, (Cornford Press, 2003)
'Blast' no. 9—Poetry and Critical Writing




Anne Collins Anne Collins is a published poet, prose writer and editor. Anne's four poetry books are The Language of Water; Seasoned with Honey; The Season of Chance; and How to Belong. She has also published two collections of prose and poetry: My Friends This Landscape, and Listening to the Deep Song (Bright South, 2022), a record of Anne's travels through various regions of Spain, which took place over many years. The book offers a meditation on Spain’s many-layered history and culture, reflecting on history, landscape, expressions of culture, and change. It reveals places of connection and friction within Spain and across the world; as far as Anne’s home in lutruwita-Tasmania. Other individual works have been published in journals, newspapers and anthologies. Anne has been the recipient of awards, grants and residencies, and has collaborated with other writers, musicians and visual artists.