Sarah Rice’s Fingertip of the Tongue and Paul Munden’s Chromatic (both published by UWAP), will be launched by Melinda Smith at the National Library Australia, Bookshop, Foyer, Ground floor.

October 25th at 6–7.30pm.

Free (includes refreshments)

Book signing to follow

Praise for Fingertip of the Tongue:

This poetry collection explores how the self, the body and poetry are intimately connected in their various expressions, while obliquely mapping a personal history of loss, change and rejuvenation. Sarah Rice is fascinated by the flux, flow and harmonic resources of language, and entranced with the transformations words work on the world. These poems ruminate on connections between the imagination, the extraordinary and what is close at hand.

–PAUL HETHERINGTON

Praise for Chromatic:

Munden’s vivid, well realised poems range across hemispheres and centuries, embracing music, art, film, historical events, and the potent catalysts of love, illness and death. In these pages our human frailties are apprehended with both a clear eye and a tender attentiveness.

–JUDY JOHNSON