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Available here: https://www.ginninderrapress.com.au/poets.html Aus $5.00

 

 

 

 

 

Available here: https://dulcetshop.myshopify.com/collections/dancing-girl-press/products/lips-that-did-julie-maclean                    US $7.00

 

 

 

 

 


Available here
: http://www.indigodreams.co.uk/jm-tq/4592549902 £6.75

Reviewed by Charlie Bayliss http://sabotagereviews.com/2016/11/21/to-have-to-follow-by-julie-maclean-terry-quinn/

 

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Available here: https://www.poetrysalzburg.com/viking.html
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Reviewed by Lucy Furlong http://sabotagereviews.com/2014/10/17/kiss-of-the-viking-by-juliemaclean

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Available here:”http://www.indigodreams.co.uk/julie-maclean/4576429121   £7.99

Reviews: Pippa Little http://www.thelakepoetry.co.uk/reviews/december14/
Anne Elvey http://cordite.org.au/reviews/elvey-maclean-hannaford/

  

 ‘Julie Maclean, one of the major new talents shortlisted for the prestigious international Crashaw Prize in 2012   ‘… writers we believe have produced superb first collections of poetry.’ Chris Hamilton-Emery (Salt, UK)

 ‘These poems have an appreciable crispness, surprise, intensity and clarity. Maclean has broken through to that rare space – call it a maturity of perception, a keen sense of image – that most poets never get to. This is strong and enlivening work.
David Brooks (Southerly, Australia)

 

 ‘This is poetry that you won’t want to stop reading. Its attractions are manifold: the milieu of the swinging sixties; love affairs that are by turns erotic, comic, tender and violent; unsentimental and powerful elegies; and an urgent attention to the surprising and plangent condition   of our lives.’
Maria Takolander (writer, literary critic)

 ‘Voted a winner in the Orbis 159 Readers’ Award, attracted comments about the ‘wonderful use of language’; ‘brilliant… writing. Succinct (with) memorable images…beautifully structured…irresistible. A remarkable collection which conjures up England in the 60’s in such vivid detail with its stories and descriptions that yes, you really will remember being there – or long to go back.’
Carole Baldock (Editor, Orbis and Kudos)