soi 3 modern poets
soi 3 (pronounced soi săam, in Thai) aims to promote modern poets writing in English, and to celebrate contemporary artists of diverse inclinations.
In addition to publishing first collections by emerging poets, soi 3 plans a significant list of collections, selections, anthologies, and contemporary art books.
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This powerful first collection from one of Australia's major emerging poets explores the grace and sensuality of language, with particular attention to Queensland sunlight, surfaces, and an intimate place within conversations ... read more
Pam Brown’s poetry attends to the soundbites and transitoriness of contemporary Australian life. Her dazzling wordplay gives us glistening souvenirs of overblown politik-speak, uncontrolled Western consumption, and the daze of the habitual and housetrained ...
Our Life is a Box. / Prayers Without a God
The latest collection from award-winning and prolific poet MTC (Margie) Cronin is a daring and unorthodox twin-volume that offers two books, or rather, the same two books in rearranged language ... read more
The third published book of Brisbane-based poet, editor and arts administrator B.R. Dionysius, Universal Andalusia is a verse novel that traces the backpacking holiday through southern Europe and India by two Australian thirtysomethings ... read more
“Keri Glastonbury’s grit salute carries us along on a circumambient mash-up full of verve, interest and laconic one-liners. From Clovelly to Rome to Harajuku to Shimla, it’s a fun ride, bristling with songs and signposts, intent on ‘minor insurgency’ ... read more
Necessity: Poems 1996-2006
The fifth published volume of poetry by acclaimed poet, editor, novelist, essayist, and librettist Barry Hill, Necessity is a transcendent celebration of freedoms - social, spiritual, personal - in the tradition of the finest lyrical ... read more
Among the regulars
A polished and assured collection, so radiant with insight and sureness of touch that it’s impossible to remain unmoved. Andy Jackson has the uncanny knack of seeing humanity, like a burning filament, underneath what appears at first mundane ... read more
Wren Lines: Selected Poems and Drawings Volume 1
Drawing from Jones' seven published works spanning 1975 to 1993, Wren Lines is the remarkable record of a creative life spent simply, and deeply. With more than 200 pages of poems and 25 elegant illustrations ... read more
We Will Disappear
The first full-length collection from poet and editor David Prater, We Will Disappear navigates the landscapes of loneliness and solitude, drawing upon ten years of Prater's transformative travelogues and engaging elegies ... read more