Eric Beach

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For the American political strategist, see Eric L. Beach.

Eric Beach (born 1947), is a New Zealand and Australian poet, playwright, and short story writer.


Born in New Zealand, Beach has lived in Tasmania and in Victoria since 1972.[1] He is active in the Australian Performance Poetry scene, performing at workshops, readings and events around Australia.[2]


  • Weeping for Lost Babylon (Harper Collins, 1996)
  • Red Heart My Country (Pardalote Press, 2000)
  • Saint Kilda Meets Hugo Ball (Gargoyles Press, 1974)
  • In Occupied Territory (The Saturday Centre, 1977)
  • A Photo of Some People in a Football Stadium (Overland, 1978)
  • Hey Hey Brass Buttons (1990)


  1. ^ Australian Poets and Their Works, by William Wilde, Oxford University Press, 1996
  2. ^ The Thylazine Foundation: Arts, Ethics and Literature.