from Issue #3: Poetry by Mark Tredinnick

Photo (CC) David Joyce @ Flickr

Photo (CC) David Joyce @ Flickr


Mark Tredinnick’s poems – ‘Landscape with Laptop,’ ‘But Did You Ever Feel’ and ‘Bach, or is it Ravel?’ – are presented as a PDF to preserve their unique formatting.



Mark Tredinnick—winner of the Montreal Poetry Prize in 2011 and of the Cardiff Poetry Prize in 2012—is the author of Fire Diary, The Blue Plateau, Australia’s Wild Weather and nine other acclaimed works of poetry and prose. His new collection, Bluewren Cantos, will be out in early 2014. Raised in suburban Sydney, Tredinnick did time as a lawyer before working for a decade in book publishing. He has lived in Sydney and in the Blue Mountains; these days he lives and writes along the Wingecarribee River, where he is at work on Reading Slowly at the End of Time. In 2013 he edited an anthology of Australian Love Poetry, published by Inkerman & Blunt. Read more at Mark’s website:

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