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PAM BROWN is an Australian poet. Since 1971, she has published many books and chapbooks of poetry and prose. She has also written reviews, essays, texts for theatre and has made videos and films. She has been poetry editor of Overland magazine and is currently an associate editor of Jacket2 magazine, a member of VLAK Magazine editorial board and a contributing editor to Fulcrum annual of poetry and aesthetics.


Publications In Print :

      Cafe Sport  1979
      New & Selected Poems  1990
      This World. This Place.   1994
      50-50   1997
      My Lightweight Intentions   1998, 2006
      Drifting topoi   2000
      eleven 747 poems  2002
      Text thing   2002
      Dear Deliria   2003
      Let's Get Lost   2005
      Peel Me A Zibibbo  2006
      farout_library_software  2007
      True Thoughts  2008
      Authentic Local  2010
      Sentimental  2010
      In my phone  2011
      Anyworld  2012
      More than a feuilleton  2012
      Home by Dark  2013


In translation:
      Alibis  (French/English)  2014


e-book :
      the meh of  z  z  z  z   2010


Out of Print :

      Sureblock   1972
      Cocabola's Funny Picture Book   1973
      Automatic Sad   1974
      Correspondences   1979
      Country & Eastern  1980
      Small Blue View  1982
      Selected Poems 1971-82   1984
      Keep It Quiet   1987
      Little Droppings   1994





Early books, now out-of-print, include Sureblock, Pam's first small collection of poems in 1972, the omnibus Cocabola's Funny Picture Book from 1973 and Automatic Sad published in 1974. These books were all published in Melbourne, Victoria.






To see cover images from more of Pam Brown's early titles visit the books site To read a pdf copy of the out-of-print book, Automatic Sad visit this link.





Read poems from 50-50 - published by Little Esther Books, 1997


Read poems from Text thing (Little Esther Books, 2002)


For more on Dear Deliria visit Salt Publishing.




Never-Never Books chapbooks 2006:



My Lightweight Intentions was published by Folio/Salt in the UK in late 1998 and published as a second edition by Never-Never Books, Sydney in 2006.


Peel Me A Zibibbo was published by Never-Never Books, Sydney in 2006






                        Cover detail - image by Kay Orchison

Read the title poem from Drifting topoi (Vagabond Press,2000)

Read early poems and recent poems
Poems published online





In April 2002, Randolph Healy's Wild Honey Press published
eleven 747 poems



In May 2005, Vagabond Press Stray Dog Editions published Let's Get Lost, a sequence of poems from Pam Brown in Trastevere, Rome in correspondence with Ken Bolton and Laurie Duggan.



In September 2007, Susan Schultz's Tinfish Press published
farout_ library_software
, a book of poems written in collaboration
with Seattle-based, Egyptian poet Maged Zaher.



In early 2010, Jesse Glass of Ahadada Books published the e-book
the meh of z z z z, a suite of recent poems by Pam Brown.



Please take advantage of the free download HERE

Bob Arnold's Vermont-based Longhouse Press published a pamphlet of poems called Sentimental in 2010.



Also in early 2010, Canadian poet and publisher, Rob McLennan included Pam Brown in his 12 or 20 questions series.

Pam Brown & Susan Schultz - a collaboration for the International Corporation of Lost Structures - ICOLS


John Kinsella & Pam Brown in conversation


Pam Brown video - reading at the University of Richmond, Virginia
20th October 2008


Pam Brown sound files in The Red Room


On editing James Schuyler - Pam Brown in conversation with editors Simon Pettet, William Corbett and Nathan Kernan.


Illustrated interview - Pam Brown talking to Carolyn Burke (the biographer of modernist poet Mina Loy)


Selected editing & reviewing - extras.

Reviews of Pam Brown's books.

Pages on New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre - nzepc

Anecdotes - Towards the 70s and Petersham Days

  
Order the books.


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Pam Brown & Jane Zemiro encounter security on the Ubahn, Berlin
(foto by p.brown & berlin ubahn security)