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White on White

White on White by Gina Sabto – “Savouring the nuances of love, moods that swing to natures changes, Gina Sabto is a poet to explore and to treasure… Dream-states, everyday experience and cultural insights meet in White on White; its frank but subtle poems welcome the reader in. Judith Rodriguez.

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Patches of Godlight –  poems, prayers, contemplations by Janette Fernando. “This is the work of a courageous, sensitive, vulnerable, new millennium Psalmist, who like David of old finds intimacy and faith in the realities of life. From the laundry to the cathedral, from the tragedy of NY 9/11 to the desert outback of Australia, this is poetry on a journey to the promised Land.” Dr John Smith, Author, Preacher, Founder of God’s Squad.

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Trumped by Grace – In Trumped by Grace, Peter Stiles shares a stunning poetic ear. And what is more, since that ear is informed by the Word, we find our joy doubled.  David Craig, Prof. of English, Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio

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2015 Ann Elder Award

FAW awardsPoetica Christi Press is delighted to congratulate one of our authors, Cathy Altmann, whose book Circumnavigation won the 2015 Anne Elder Award for the best first book of poetry published in Australia at the recent Fellowship of Australian Writers National Literary awards. The book is available here

Threshold

threshold_coverMaree Silver’s poetry touches every sense. In Threshold – a miscellany, Maree creates imagery that is uniquely Australian. Tanks lean rustily; corellas squabble; frogs croak challenges from the billabong; the citrussy perfume of lemon-scented gums infuses nostrils while earthy ochres blur into cellophane sky. Raised in the Wimmera, Maree recalls childhood memories of desert, plain and river. They come to glorious, descriptive life through her poetry and exquisite photography, and continue to live in harmony with poems of suburbia, family and adulthood. Threshold – a miscellany – poems of country and city will connect you to the Australia of the Dreamtime and the Australia of today. LEIGH HAY