About Samuel Wagan Watson | States of Poetry QLD - Series Two

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States of Poetry Queensland - Series Two

About Samuel Wagan Watson | States of Poetry QLD - Series Two

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States of Poetry Queensland - Series Two

Samuel Wagan Watson States of PoetryBorn in Brisbane 1972, Samuel’s poetry has collected numerous accolades and opportunities. His writing is featured in anthologies, public art works, films, and on-board the international space station. Love Poems and Death Threats is his latest collection with University of Queensland Press. He recently won the 2015 Raw Roar Poetry Slam in Wagga Wagga.

Poems

'When we dreamt like Kerouac'

'Tugullawah'

'A Self-Help Book for Broken Writers: Some Zen notes'

'Forensic, all in one breath ...'

'Conversation with a Decommissioned Electric Chair'

Further Reading and Links

Wikipedia - Samuel Wagan Watson

Poetry Foundation - Samuel Wagan WatsonPoetry Foundation - Samuel Wagan Watson

Australian Book Review - 'Monster (0.2 Reloaded)' by Samuel Wagan Watson

 

 

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