Nathan Curnow has been writing and performing for over twenty years, with his work featuring around Australia and overseas. He’s had words projected onto buildings, performed on stage, inscribed on park benches, turned into song and visual art, and published in beautiful books. Collections include No Other Life But This, The Ghost Poetry Project, RADAR, and The Right Wrong Notes, with his latest book The Apocalypse Awards (2016) inspired by our collective obsession with the end times. In 2010 he co-edited the 30th birthday edition of Going Down Swinging and was a recipient of the Josephine Ulrick Poetry Prize. These days he’s honoured to be associated with the Woorilla Poetry Prize, judging the Judith Rodriguez Open Section.
The Right Wrong Notes by Nathan Curnow
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The Right Wrong Notes is a selection of poems from Nathan’s previous collections: No Other Life But This, The Ghost Poetry Project, and RADAR. Also including some more recent pieces, the collection represents fifteen years of writing about family, fear and love, with Dan Disney describing the poems as ‘suffused with sensuality and sense-making but also, most importantly, generosity’.
Cover Shot by Michelle Dunn Photography
Author photo by Nicholas Walton-Healey
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