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Excess Baggage & Claim

Jaensch, Terry andCyril Wong

ISBN 10: 0975022857 / ISBN 13: 9780975022856
Editorial: Yarraville, Vic., Transit Lounge Publishing, 2007
Usado Condición: Fine Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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[80]p. Original illustrated wrappers. Collection of poetry written in the voices of two gay males. A Fine (ie immaculate) first printing. N° de ref. de la librería 23674S

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Título: Excess Baggage & Claim

Editorial: Yarraville, Vic., Transit Lounge Publishing

Año de publicación: 2007

Encuadernación: Soft cover

Condición del libro:Fine

Edición: 1st Edition

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Written in the voices of two gay men an Australian tourist and a Singaporean local Excess Baggage and Claim shines with a bright lucidity. What makes this book so startling is not that these poems about difficult self-discovery are sometimes shocking, but that they rise out of darkness, and a sense of dislocation, with such tenderness and courage. This is an extraordinary collection of poetry a masterful collaboration by Singapore Literature Prize winner Cyril Wong and Australian poet Terry Jaensch. These poems are odes to longing and desire, sung at 4am from the back bar of an impossible city where the borders have yet to be created and have yet to be dismantled. This is a shimmering, hard and beautiful collaboration. - Christos Tsiolkas, author of Dead Europe and Loaded. Jaensch's always-deft phrasing and sense of metaphor twists the reader's expectations and compels us to watch more closely; Wong's candid, conversational style reveals the vagaries of faltering relationships and power plays. These characters take the microphone and sing; the confining world of their subculture setting the parameters for the universal lyrics of love and loss. - Cate Kennedy, author of Dark Roots and Sing, and Don t Cry.

About the Author:

Terry Jaensch is a an Australian poet/actor and monologist based in Melbourne. His first book of poetry, Buoy ( Five Islands Press 2001) was highly commended in the Anne Elder Award by the Fellowship of Australian Writers. He has worked as a Writer-in-Community, Artist-in-Residence, Dramaturge and Artistic Director of the 2005 Melbourne Emerging Writers Festival. He is widely published in journals (hardcopy and on-line), both locally and internationally. His work has been broadcast on radio and in 2004 he was commissioned to write and record 15 monologues based on his childhood in a Ballarat orphanage for Life Matters ABC Radio National. This piece has since been reworked and performed for theatre as Orphan s Own Project. He has a background in acting, having studied at the Stella Adler Conservatory and Herbert Berghof Studio in New York. In 2004/05 he was the recipient of an Asialink residency in Singapore. Winner of the Singapore Literature Prize (2006), Cyril Wong is the author of five published collections of poetry, including like a seed with its singular purpose (Firstfruits, 2006). His poems have appeared in journals around the world, including Atlanta Review, Fulcrum 3, Poetry International, Dimsum, Poetry New Zealand, Wascana Review and the W.W. Norton & Co. anthology, Contemporary Voices from the East. He was a featured poet at the Edinburgh International Book Festival (UK), the Hong Kong International Literary Festival, the Queensland Poetry Festival (Brisbane, Australia) and the Singapore Writers' Festival. His poems have been adapted to dance, drama, film and music. These collaborations have been presented in various countries, including the 27th Bali Arts Festival and the Magdalena International Festival of Women in Contemporary Theatre (USA, 2005).

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