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Circular Poetry Contributions, Letterboxing

Circular Poetry Contributor: Graham Nunn

Our next contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect project is from poet Graham Nunn. The poem is called Eleanor naked and this is what Graham has to say about it:

Eleanor naked, was written in Eleanor Dark’s studio (or as I like to say, in the Dark Studio) during a week at Varuna. It is part of a longer, fractured narrative of sorts, that imagines Eleanor and I meeting and falling in love. I had a mid-afternoon green tea epiphany on my first day in the studio and since then, more than 50 short poems have tumbled out.

Graham Nunn's poem

Graham has been a pivotal aspect of the Queensland Poetry Festival and you can find more of Graham’s work at his blog Another Lost Shark.

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Discussion

4 thoughts on “Circular Poetry Contributor: Graham Nunn

  1. Reblogged this on Another Lost Shark and commented:
    The Eleanor poems are well and truly tumbling out and I am thrilled to have found one a home in Pascalle Burton’s Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect project. I wholeheartedly recommend spending some time with the other poems on the site.

    Posted by gnunn | June 29, 2013, 5:11 am
  2. A beautiful piece

    Posted by Sasha | July 28, 2013, 1:31 am

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