Sarah Day

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Sarah Day (born 1958) is an English-born Australian poet and teacher.[1] She was also the poetry editor of Island Magazine for several years.

Biography[edit]

Sarah E Day was born in Lancashire, England, in 1958 and grew up in Hobart, Tasmania.[2][3]

Bibliography[edit]

  • A Hunger to Be Less Serious (1987), (winner of the Anne Elder Award for a first volume of poetry)
  • A Madder Dance[4] (1992)
  • Quickening[4] (1997)
  • Easter Train[5] (2000)
  • New and Selected Poems[6](2002)
  • The Ship[7] (2004), (winner of the Queensland Premier's Award and Judith Wright ACT Award for poetry (2005), and the University of Melbourne Wesley Michelle Wright Prize (2004)).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sarah Day
  2. ^ Poetica - 11 May 2002 - Sarah Day - Undermining the Poetry of Sarah Day
  3. ^ Sarah Day
  4. ^ a b Kinsella, John (1999). Landbridge: Contemporary Australian Poetry. Lancashire: Arc Publications. p. 327. ISBN 1 900072 40 8. 
  5. ^ Famous Reporter # 22, poetry: Sarah Day, 'Easter Train'
  6. ^ "Arc Publications Catalogue". Retrieved 3/4/2012. 
  7. ^ Famous Reporter # 30, Peter Boyle's review of 'The Ship' (Sarah Day)

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