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Conventional weapons / Tracey Slaughter.

By: Slaughter, Tracey.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Victoria University Press, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 95 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781776562206; 1776562208.Subject(s): New Zealand poetry -- 21st centuryGenre/Form: Poetry. DDC classification: NZ821.3
Contents:
She is currently living -- 31 reasons not to hear a heartbeat -- Conventional weapons -- Mostly a/b/c/d -- Used song -- Archaeological -- The bridge -- Nursery -- It was the 70s when me & Karen Carpenter hung out -- A woman walks into a bar -- How to solve an 18-year sadness -- Horoscope (the cougar speaks) -- Love AD -- The mine wife -- Wedding dress -- Breather -- Legend of 17 bad hotels -- Undertone -- Tryst.
Summary: "Conventional Weapons is Tracey Slaughter's first full poetry collection. In these dark, lyrical poems, Slaughter closely observe the textures of the world and the beauty and depravity of human nature."-- Publisher.
Item type Current location Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Non-Fiction Davis (Central) Library
Non-Fiction (NEST)
Non-Fiction (NEST) 821 SLA Coming Soon T00818964
Total holds: 1

Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Conventional Weapons is Tracey Slaughter's first full poetry collection. In these dark, lyrical poems, Slaughter closely observe the textures of the world and the beauty and depravity of human nature.

Poems.

She is currently living -- 31 reasons not to hear a heartbeat -- Conventional weapons -- Mostly a/b/c/d -- Used song -- Archaeological -- The bridge -- Nursery -- It was the 70s when me & Karen Carpenter hung out -- A woman walks into a bar -- How to solve an 18-year sadness -- Horoscope (the cougar speaks) -- Love AD -- The mine wife -- Wedding dress -- Breather -- Legend of 17 bad hotels -- Undertone -- Tryst.

"Conventional Weapons is Tracey Slaughter's first full poetry collection. In these dark, lyrical poems, Slaughter closely observe the textures of the world and the beauty and depravity of human nature."-- Publisher.