Wolf Notes by Judith Beveridge

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March 2004, no. 259

Wolf Notes by Judith Beveridge

Giramondo, $22 pb, 124 pp

Wolf Notes by Judith Beveridge

by
March 2004, no. 259

Admirer’s of Judith Beveridge’s distinctive talent have had a long wait between collections (it’s eight years since Accidental Grace), although she has been published consistently in anthologies and journals, and poems from the central sequence of this collection, ‘Between the Palace and the Bodhi Tree’, won the 2003 Josephine Ulrick National Poetry Prize. Patience is rewarded: this is a collection of impressive poetic maturity.

Jennifer Strauss reviews 'Wolf Notes' by Judith Beveridge

Wolf Notes

by Judith Beveridge

Giramondo, $22 pb, 124 pp

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