Click to preview Mistaken for Strangers pocket and trade book

A return to more conventional versifying after his suite of verse novels, this latest collection is an exploration of the spirit of contemporary music told, as you would expect, in a wide range of voices.


About the Author

Justin Lowe
Justin Lowe was born in Sydney but spent large portions of his early childhood on the Spanish island of Minorca with his younger sister and artist mother. Completing his schooling back in Sydney, Justin gained a BA in the Central West of NSW and then spent several years in Europe working odd jobs and honing his skills as a writer. On returning again to Sydney, Justin settled down with his partner in what was then a fairly crusty Newtown teeming with disparate souls where through the course of the 1990’s he published more and more of his poetry and collaborated with some of Sydney’s finest songwriters such as Tim Freedman of The Whitlams as well as editing seminal poetry mag Homebrew and releasing two collections, From Church to Alice (1996) and Try Laughter (2000). In 2001 Justin moved to the Blue Mountains west of Sydney and has since published one more poetry collection (Glass Poems, 2006) and two verse novels (The Great Big Show, 2007 and Magellenica, 2008).

Publish Date  December 21, 2008

Dimensions  Pocket  94 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Poetry

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