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    Eclogue 7, The theft of language, Emmanuelle
    Nelson, R (Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH), University of Cambridge, 2021-11-30)
    The content contemplates the expropriation of critical language from discourse and comparing this historical process to the removal of artefacts originally dedicated to culturally meaningful sites.
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    The Soldier's Dream
    Brophy, K (Buxton Contemporary Art Gallery, 2021-09-01)
    an ekphrastic work, responding to and expanding upon a contemporary sculpture via text, video and spoken word.
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    Moral Philosophy
    Brophy, K (Writers Victoria Inc., 2021-08-19)
    A poem asking whether there are ethical lessons to be learned from observing natural phenomena, and human response to them.
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    The Extremophile
    Bok, C (Penteract Press, 2020)
    “Science Poems” presents a collection of poems inspired by various scientific disciplines and employing an array of poetic techniques. The first section is ‘Hypothesis’: a sequence of textual poems — varied meditations on physics and mathematics. The second section is ‘Experiment’: a selection of visual poems, many of which involve transformations of found scientific texts. The book is completed by the long poem, “The Extremophile” by Christian Bök, illustrated here by Clara Daneri.
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    Australian Poetry Journal: 'Departures' (one poem)
    Brophy, K (Australian Poetry Ltd, 2020-11-01)
    Lovers must leave each other at dawn. Dawn comes as a call back to a world of suffering, or daily chores, of being other-than a lover. Night might bring love but it brings dawn after it, and with it reminders of our common end in death.
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    Anthology of Australian Prose Poetry: two prose poems, 'When Death Comes' and 'Dog on the Road'
    Brophy, K (Melbourne University Press, 2020-09-01)
    Two prose poems in the first major historical -overview anthology of prose poetry featuring Australian poets
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    In This Part of the World
    Brophy, K (Melbourne Poets Union, 2020-05-01)
    Poems from regional Victoria, local Melbourne areas, and international locations; lyric poems, nature poems, and poems of friendship. 'Brophy's style is so supple and perceptive that in writing the world he also writes its shadow.'