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Jack Ross is a New Zealand poet and fiction-writer. His publications include five full-length books of poems, numerous poetry chapbooks, three novels, a novella, and two books of short stories. He has also edited a number of books and literary magazines, including (from 2014) Poetry NZ [http://www.poetrynz.net/].

He has a Doctorate in Comparative Literature from Edinburgh University, and works as a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at Massey University's Auckland Campus. You can find details of previous and upcoming publications at his blog The Imaginary Museum [http://mairangibay.blogspot.com/].

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"This is a must-have for any poetry fan. In fact, it probably should be a must-have for any New Zealander." --Matt Bowler, "Nelson Mail", on "Contemporary New Zealand Poets in Performance"

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Jack Ross is a poet and the editor for the Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive. He is the author of "Chantal's Book," " City of Strange Brunettes," " Messenger from Depth," " Monkey Miss Her Now," " Nights with Giordana Bruno," and "A Town Like Parataxis." Jan Kemp is a poet and the founder of Aotearoa New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive. Her collections include "Against the Softness of Woman," " Diamonds and Gravel," " Only One Angel," " The Other Hemisphere," and "The Sky's Enormous Jug." They are the coeditors of "Classic New Zealand Poets in Performance" and "Contemporary New Zealand Poets in Performance."

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