Aidan Coleman

Dr Aidan Coleman

Visiting Research Fellow

School of Humanities

Faculty of Arts


Aidan Coleman is a Visiting Research Fellow in the Department of English and Creative Writing. He has published 2 full length collections of poetry which were shortlisted for the NSW Premier's Prize, WA Premier's Book Awards and Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature. He writes reviews, articles and coauthors a series of Shakespeare textbooks.

Aidan is currently researching and writing a biography of the Australian poet John Forbes (1950-1998).

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2018 Coleman, A. (2018). Shed Light. Coolabah, (23), 42.
    2018 Coleman, A. (2018). [Untitled]. Coolabah, (23), 42.
    2018 Coleman, A. N. (2018). But Soft. The Stockholm Review of Literature.
    2018 Coleman, A. (2018). Contingencies. Poetry Salzburg Review.
    2018 Coleman, A. (2018). Courtier. Australian Poetry Journal.
    2018 Coleman, A. (2018). Reliquary. Poetry Review Salzburg.
    2018 Coleman, A. (2018). Moderate. BlazeVOX.
    2018 Coleman, A. (2018). Machinery of Summer. Indianapolis Review.
    2018 Coleman, A. (2018). Ern Malley hoax fit for poetic canon. The Australian.
    2018 Coleman, A. (2018). Futures. Right Hand Pointing.
    2017 Coleman, A. (2017). Band | Aid. Overland, (229Summer), 27.
    2017 Coleman, A. (2017). To the Only Begetter. Overland, (229Summer), 26.
    2017 Coleman, A. (2017). Hamlet: Globe to Globe — eclipsing the Bard and Prince of Denmark. The Australian.
    2017 Coleman, A. (2017). Sprints with Elizabethan sighs. Blackbox Manifold, (18).
    2017 Coleman, A. (2017). Nth Degree. Glasgow Review of Books.
    2017 Coleman, A. (2017). Nth Degree. Glasgow Review of Books.
    2017 Coleman, A. N. (2017). Albums that are summer. Glasgow Review of Books.
    2016 Coleman, A. (2016). Oracular. Meanjin, 75(4Summer), 145.
    2016 Coleman, A. (2016). Poignant and Necessary : Aidan Coleman Reviews ‘Vanishing Point’ by Jeri Kroll. Rochford Street Review, (20October – December).
    2016 Coleman, A. (2016). Light, Dark and Heavy Handed. The Weekend Australian, (5-6 March), 22.
    2016 Coleman, A. (2016). Fixed Terms. Otoliths : A Magazine of Many E-Things, (41May).
    2016 Coleman, A. (2016). Enigmas Thrive on Agility and Poise. The Weekend Australian, (23 January), 20.
    2016 COLEMAN, A. (2016). Riffing off a Bard plot.(Review). The Australian (National, Australia).
    2016 COLEMAN, A. (2016). Light, dark and heavy handed.(Review). The Australian (National, Australia).
    2016 Coleman, A. (2016). Style Guide. Otoliths : A Magazine of Many E-Things, (41May).
    2016 Coleman, A. (2016). Draw. Otoliths : A Magazine of Many E-Things, (41May).
    2016 Coleman, A. (2016). Secondary. The Best Australian Poems 2016, 42-43.
    2015 Coleman, A. (2015). Barbarian Studies. Australian Book Review, (373August), 12.
    2015 Coleman, A. (2015). Cartoon Snow. Westerly, 60(1), 43.
    2015 Coleman, A. (2015). Human Moments at the Centre. The Weekend Australian, (4-5 July), 22.
    2015 Coleman, A. (2015). Three poems by Aidan Coleman.(Review). The Australian (National, Australia).
    2015 Coleman, A. (2015). The End of Weather. Cordite, (50.0).
    2015 Coleman, A. (2015). Review Short : Jeri Kroll’s Workshopping the Heart: New and Selected Poems. Cordite, (49.11 March).
    2014 Coleman, A. (2014). Review Short: Andrew Lansdown’s Inadvertent Things – Poems in Traditional Japanese Forms. Cordite, (46.01 May).
    2014 COLEMAN, A. (2014). AUSTRALIAN POETRY.(Review). The Australian (National, Australia).
    2013 Coleman, A. (2013). Review Short : Robert Gray’s ‘Cumulus’. Cordite, (41).
    2013 Coleman, A. (2013). Review Short : Rhyll McMaster’s Late Night Shopping. Cordite, (44.0December).
    2012 Coleman, A. (2012). The Park. Eureka Street, 22(918 May), 17.
    2012 Coleman, A. (2012). Coffee. Eureka Street, 22(918 May), 16.
    2012 Coleman, A. (2012). To Play. Eureka Street, 22(918 May), 16.
    2012 Coleman, A. (2012). Return to Work. Quadrant, 56(7/8July - August), 51.
    2012 Coleman, A. (2012). Dear Right Hand. Quadrant, 56(7/8July - August), 50.
    2012 Coleman, A. (2012). From : Stroke Poems. Quadrant, 56(7/8July - August), 50-51.
    2012 Coleman, A. (2012). Reading Aloud. Quadrant, 56(7/8July - August), 50.
    2012 Coleman, A. (2012). Warning. Quadrant, 56(7/8July - August), 50.
    2012 Coleman, A. (2012). Halved. Quadrant, 56(7/8July - August), 50.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Steroids Psalm. Mascara Literary Review, (9May).
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Self-Portrait with Advice. Antipodes, 25(2December), 131.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Victor Harbour. Westerly, 56(1July), 116-117.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Tumour. Quadrant, 55(3March), 89.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). M.R.I.. Quadrant, 55(3March), 47.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Enemy. Quadrant, 55(3March), 47.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Good Day. Quadrant, 55(3March), 47.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Days and Night. Quadrant, 55(3March), 46.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). The Visitors' Room. Quadrant, 55(3March), 46.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Path. Quadrant, 55(3March), 46.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). The Advertiser. Quadrant, 55(3March), 45.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Bad Day. Quadrant, 55(3March), 45.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). P.E.G.. Quadrant, 55(3March), 45.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). What Happened. Quadrant, 55(3March), 45.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). From Stroke Poems. Westerly, 56(1July), 115-117.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Reading. Westerly, 56(1July), 116.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Stroke Poems. Westerly, 56(1July), 115-117.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Beginning. Virginia Quarterly Review, 87(3Summer), 158.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Void. Mascara Literary Review, (9May).
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Post-op. Mascara Literary Review, (9May).
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Astrocytoma. Mascara Literary Review, (9May).
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Mirror. Westerly, 56(1July), 115-116.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Finger Exercises. Westerly, 56(1July), 115.
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Name. Eureka Street, 20(2011 October).
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Each Night. Eureka Street, 20(2011 October).
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Anti-Valentine. Eureka Street, 20(2011 October).
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Cats and Dogs. Eureka Street, 20(2011 October).
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Late. Eureka Street, 20(2011 October).
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Rhyme. Eureka Street, 20(2011 October).
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Better than Candle-Light, to Leave. Eureka Street, 20(2011 October).
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Summer '98. Eureka Street, 20(2011 October).
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). You. Eureka Street, 20(2011 October).
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Shower. Southerly, 70(1), 135.
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). English Kings. Southerly, 70(1), 134.
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Theft. Southerly, 70(1), 133.
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). The Question. Southerly, 70(1), 132.
    2010 Coleman, A. (2010). Night. The Australian, (5-6 June), 21.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). Day. Sun in Winter and Other Poems, 9.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). 29 May 1999. Sun in Winter and Other Poems, 8-9.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). Pegs. Island, (119Summer), 73.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). First Rain. Island, (119Summer), 72.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). Steam in the Room of my Head. Wet Ink, (15June), 28.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). Barely Dressed for Sleep. Westerly, 54(1July), 194.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). Gouger Street, 2.30 a.m.. The Canberra Times, (16 May), 12.
    2008 Coleman, A. (2008). Christmas in Gawler. Quadrant, 52(12December), 35.
    2008 Coleman, A. (2008). New York. Quadrant, 52(12December), 111.
    2007 Coleman, A. (2007). From Lena. The Australian Literary Review, 2(9October), 25.
    2004 Coleman, A. (2004). Looking for a Car Seat. Another Universe : Friendly Street Poets 28, 22.
    2003 Coleman, A. (2003). Winter Drive Near Carrickalinga. FourW, (14), 118.
    2003 Coleman, A. (2003). Three Poems for 1986. Eureka Street, 13(9November), 32-33.
    2003 Coleman, A. (2003). Girls. Eureka Street, 13(9November), 33.
    2003 Coleman, A. (2003). Sneaking Out at Night. Eureka Street, 13(9November), 33.
    2003 Coleman, A. (2003). Cicadas. Eureka Street, 13(9November), 32.
    2002 Coleman, A. (2002). Weeks of Rain. Southerly, 62(3), 39.
    2002 Coleman, A. (2002). The Hours. Southerly, 62(3), 39.
    2002 Coleman, A. (2002). Sun in Winter. Island, (90Spring), 66.
    2002 Coleman, A. (2002). I Like Airports. Westerly, 47(November), 163.
    2001 Coleman, A. (2001). The Pines. Antipodes, 15(1June), 35.
    2001 Coleman, A. (2001). Xmas 00. LiNQ, 28(2October), 17.
    2001 Coleman, A. (2001). Untitled. FourW, (12), 92.
    2001 Coleman, A. (2001). Wednesday Nights. The Australian, (28-29 July), 6.
    2000 Coleman, A. (2000). Students. The Age, (27 May), 8.
    2000 Coleman, A. (2000). Hindley Street and Cars. Verandah, 15, 101-102.
    2000 Coleman, A. (2000). Allnighter. Verandah, 15, 65.
    2000 Coleman, A. (2000). For the Nine to Five Leana. The Adelaide Review, (205October), 38.
    2000 Coleman, A. (2000). She's. The Adelaide Review, (205October), 38.
    2000 Coleman, A. (2000). Lyndoch After Rain. The Adelaide Review, (205October), 38.
    1999 Coleman, A. (1999). Campfire-Victor Harbour. Studio : A Journal of Christians Writing, (75Winter), 15.
    1999 Coleman, A. (1999). Soccer Training, June. HOBO Poetry Magazine, (20March), 45.
    1999 Coleman, A. (1999). Ligth Left On. Famous Reporter, (20December), 99.
    1999 Coleman, A. (1999). Daylight Moon. Famous Reporter, (20December), 97.
    1999 Coleman, A. (1999). Fireside. Famous Reporter, (20December), 98.
    1999 Coleman, A. (1999). Hostel. Famous Reporter, (20December), 98.
    1999 Coleman, A. (1999). Behind the Wheel. Spindrift Magazine, (17,September), 22.
    1999 Coleman, A. (1999). Four a.m.. SideWalk, (2(Summer)), 65.
    1999 Coleman, A. (1999). A Rain Dance. SideWalk, (2(Summer)), 64.
    1999 Coleman, A. (1999). Before Sunrise. New England Review, (11Summer), 9.
    1998 Coleman, A. (1998). Dry Creek Station. The Adelaide Review, (174March), 28.
    1998 Coleman, A. (1998). A Male Poem. The Adelaide Review, (174March), 27.
    1998 Coleman, A. (1998). Sunset. The Adelaide Review, (174March), 27.
    1998 Coleman, A. (1998). Airport Goodbye. SideWalk, (2(Summer)), 64.
  • Books

    Year Citation
    2012 Coleman, A., & Sullivan, T. (Eds.) (2012). Light and Glorie. Adelaide: Pantaenus Press.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). Sun in Winter and Other Poems. Warners Bay: Picaro Press.
    2009 Rowe, J., Billingham, C., Holt, L. K., & Coleman, A. (2009). Gen X-Y: Josephine Rowe, Craig Billingham, L. K. Holt and Aidan Coleman. Australia: Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
    2009 Coleman, A., & Paine, J. (Eds.) (2009). Catch Fire : Friendly Street Poets 33. Kent Town: Friendly Street Poets.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Avenues and Runways. Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2002 Coleman, A. (2002). The Main North Road. Newtown: Vagabond Press.
  • Book Chapters

    Year Citation
    2018 Coleman, A. N. (2018). Band | Aid. In B. Li, & J. Jones (Eds.), Australian Poetry Anthology 2018.
    2013 Coleman, A. (2013). Backyard Pool. In Presence : A Chapbook.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Arrow. In J. Pfitzner, & T. Korsten (Eds.), Sorcerers and Soothsayers : Friendly Street Poets 35 (pp. 22). Norwood: Friendly Street Poets.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Stained Glass as Memorial. In Clubs and Societies. Darlinghurst: The Red Room Company.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Crux. In Clubs and Societies. Darlinghurst: The Red Room Company.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Two Saints. In Clubs and Societies. Darlinghurst: The Red Room Company.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Saint George. In Clubs and Societies. Darlinghurst: The Red Room Company.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). Nativity. In Clubs and Societies. Darlinghurst: The Red Room Company.
    2011 Coleman, A. (2011). The North Window. In Clubs and Societies. Darlinghurst: The Red Room Company.
    2009 Gava, J. (2009). Contract. In I. R. Freckelton, & H. Selby (Eds.), Appealing to the Future: Michael Kirby and his legacy (pp. 239-264). Sydney, Australia: Thomson Reuters.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). Return from Hospital. In Sun in Winter and Other Poems (pp. 16). Warners Bay: Picaro Press.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). Falling. In Sun in Winter and Other Poems (pp. 11). Warners Bay: Picaro Press.
    2009 Coleman, A. (2009). Looking fFor a Car Seat. In Sun in Winter and Other Poems (pp. 4). Warners Bay: Picaro Press.
    2006 Coleman, A. (2006). Just Say the Word. In R. Walker, & L. Nicholas (Eds.), Friendly Street Poets : Thirty (pp. 22). Kent Town: Friendly Street Poets.
    2006 Santich, B. (2006). Kangaroos. In The Oxford Companion to Food (2nd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Spiders. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 65). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). The BBC World Service. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 63). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Casual. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 26). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Fever. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 21-22). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Lyndoch Road, Winter. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 20). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Mythology. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 15). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Cat in Empty Aviary. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 66). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Airship. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 40). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Easy Listening. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 16-17). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). The Wedding Plan. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 31-32). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Rainworks. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 41-47). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Cranes. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 36-37). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). 6 a.m.. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 23). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Here and Now. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 33-35). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Estates. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 14). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). Blue-Tongue. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 53). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2005 Coleman, A. (2005). For My Shower. In Avenues and Runways (pp. 58). Blackheath: Brandl and Schlesinger.
    2003 Coleman, A. (2003). The CSIRO Building, 11 p.m.. In C. Young (Ed.), Beyond the Shimmering : A Gawler Literary Fund Anthology of Poetry (pp. 46). Gawler: Gawler Literary Fund.
    2001 Coleman, A. (2001). New Mornings. In R. Hillman, & H. Sladdin (Eds.), Friendly Street Reader 25 (pp. 55). Adelaide: Friendly Street Poets.
    1998 Coleman, A. (1998). Shopping Centre Cafe. In S. McGowan, & D. Cookson (Eds.), Friendly Street Poets no.22 (pp. 20). Adelaide: Friendly Street Poets.
  • Conference Items

    Year Citation
    2017 Coleman, A. N. (2017). The Whole: An Argument for Shakespeare in Creative Writing. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australian Association of Writing Programs.
  • Original Creative Works

    Year Citation
    2017 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Primary.
    Authors: COLEMAN A
    Publisher: North Carolina University
    Place of publication: Carolina Quarterly
    Publication date: 2017
    Pagination: 169
    Journal: Carolina Quarterly
    ISSN: 0008-6797
    Volume: 66
    Issue: 3
    Extent: 1 Poem
    Abstract: The poem "Primary" by Aidan Coleman is presented. First Line: Beneath the treacle-blonde; Last Line: Buff-coloured, he corrected, officiously.
    Source URL: https://www.newpages.com/literary-magazines/carolina-quarterly
    Keywords: PRIMARY (Poem), COLEMAN, Aidan
    Author URL: http://proxy.library.adelaide.edu.au/
    Notes: Accession Number: 123135576; Authors: COLEMAN, AlDAN; Subject: PRIMARY (Poem); Subject: COLEMAN, Aidan; Number of Pages: 1p
    The poem "Primary" by Aidan Coleman is presented. First Line: Beneath the treacle-blonde; Last Line: Buff-coloured, he corrected, officiously.
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
    Record created at source: 17 December 2017
    2017 NTRO sub category: GEN
    Title: Regent & Seal.
    Authors: COLEMAN A
    Publisher: Carolina Quarterly
    Publication date: 2017
    Pagination: 170
    Journal: Carolina Quarterly
    ISSN: 0008-6797
    Volume: 66
    Issue: 3
    Abstract: The poem "Regent & Seal" by Aidan Coleman is presented. First Line: His sleep-face, absolute and noble; Last Line: of his walking, the infant slumbers.
    Keywords: REGENT & Seal (Poem), COLEMAN, Aidan
    Author URL: http://proxy.library.adelaide.edu.au/
    Notes: Accession Number: 123135578; Authors: COLEMAN, AlDAN; Subject: REGENT & Seal (Poem); Subject: COLEMAN, Aidan; Number of Pages: 1p
    The poem "Regent & Seal" by Aidan Coleman is presented. First Line: His sleep-face, absolute and noble; Last Line: of his walking, the infant slumbers.

    Record created at source: 17 December 2017

    2017 Publication status: Published
    NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Regent & Seal
    Authors: Coleman A
    Publisher: The Carolina Quarterly
    Place of publication: USA
    Publication date: 2017
    Pagination: 170
    Journal: The Carolina Quarterly
    ISSN: 0008-6797
    Volume: 66
    Issue: March
    Extent: 1 Poem
    Language: eng
    Source URL: https://thecarolinaquarterly.com/springsummer-2017-volume-66-3/
    Other output evidence: http://web.a.ebscohost.com.proxy.library.adelaide.edu.au/
    Notes: keywords: Father-Son Relations – Portrayals ; Art and Life – Portrayals
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
    Record created at source: 17 December 2017
    2017 Publication status: Published
    NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Primary
    Authors: Coleman A
    Publisher: The Carolina Quarterly
    Place of publication: USA
    Publication date: 2017
    Pagination: 166
    Journal: The Carolina Quarterly
    ISSN: 0008-6797
    Volume: 66
    Issue: March
    Extent: 1 Poem
    Language: eng
    Source URL: https://thecarolinaquarterly.com/springsummer-2017-volume-66-3/
    Notes: keywords: Yellow – Appreciation ; Humans and Nature – Portrayals
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
    Record created at source: 17 December 2017
    2017 Publication status: Published
    NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Identikit
    Alternative title: Identikit
    Authors: Coleman A
    Publisher: Hawaii Pacific Review
    Publisher URL: https://hawaiipacificreview.org/2017/04/06/identikit/
    Place of publication: Hawaii
    Publication date: 2017
    Journal: Hawaii Pacific Review
    ISSN: 1047-4331
    Extent: 1 poem
    Source URL: https://hawaiipacificreview.org/2017/04/06/identikit/
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: Aidan Coleman has published two books of poetry, which were shortlisted for national book awards in Australia. His poems are regularly included in anthologies, including Best Australian Poems and Australian Poetry Since 1788, and they have appeared in The Australian, The Canberra Times, Australian Book Review, Warwick Review, Poetry Ireland Review, Antipodes and Virginia Quarterly Review.
    Record created at source: 17 December 2017
    2017 Publication status: Published
    NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Last Post
    Authors: Coleman A
    Place of publication: Online
    Publication date: 2017
    Pagination: 75
    Journal: Tincture Journal
    ISSN: 2201-7593
    Issue: 17 Autumn
    Extent: .
    Keywords: No subjects assigned, reader interpretation recommended
    Other output evidence: http://tincture-journal.com/2017/02/26/issue-seventeen-table-of-contents/
    Notes: Form: poetry
    First Line: It goes on
    AustLit Ref: http://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/10808780
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
    2016 Publication status: Published
    NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Shorts
    Authors: Coleman A
    Editors: Goldsworthy P
    Publisher: ABR Publications
    Place of publication: Southbank
    Publication date: 2016
    Edition: States of Poetry South Australia
    Series: 1
    Extent: This work is in four titled parts consisting of one to two lines each
    Source URL: https://www.australianbookreview.com.au/
    Keywords: No subjects assigned, reader interpretation recommended
    Other output evidence: https://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/9626100
    Notes: Form: poetry
    AustLit Ref: http://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/9626100
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
    2016 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Motivational
    Authors: Coleman A
    Editors: Gorton L, Fitch T
    Publisher: Australian Poetry Limited
    Place of publication: Melbourne
    Publication date: 2016
    Pagination: 28-30
    Volume: States of Poetry South Australia - Series 1
    Extent: 1 poem
    Source URL: https://www.australianbookreview.com.au/poetry/states-of-poetry/3171
    Keywords: Parachute jumping
    Notes: Form: poetry
    First Line: Fitness: fact, fiction
    AustLit Ref: http://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/9626122
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
    2016 Publication status: Published
    NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Secondary
    Authors: Coleman A
    Editors: Goldsworthy P
    Publisher: ABR Publications
    Place of publication: Southbank
    Publication date: 2016
    Volume: States of Poetry - South Australia Series1
    Extent: .
    Source URL: https://www.australianbookreview.com.au/
    Keywords: No subjects assigned, reader interpretation recommended
    Author URL: https://www.australianbookreview.com.au/
    Notes: Form: poetry
    First Line: Angling over star-fields,
    AustLit Ref: http://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/9626161
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
    2016 Publication status: Published
    NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Immortal Diamond
    Authors: Coleman A
    Editors: Goldsworthy P
    Publisher: ABR Publications
    Place of publication: Southbank
    Publication date: 2016
    Volume: States of poetry South Australia - 2016
    Extent: .
    Source URL: https://www.australianbookreview.com.au/poetry/states-of-poetry/3172
    Keywords: Musicians, Further reader interpretation recommended
    Author URL: https://www.australianbookreview.com.au/
    Notes: Form: poetry
    First Line: The do-it-yourself piano isn't
    AustLit Ref: http://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/9626141
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
    2016 Publication status: Published
    NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: On the Transportation of the North Window
    Authors: Coleman A
    Editors: Swift T, Brennan O, Davio K
    ISBN-13: 9781908998255
    Publisher: Eyewear Publishing
    Place of publication: London
    Publication date: 2016
    Extent: 1
    Description: Poem in a book "The Poet's Quest for God"
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
    Record created at source: 18 December 2017
    2015 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Quest
    Authors: Coleman A
    Editors: Holland-Batt S, Emery B
    Publisher: Australian Poetry Limited
    Place of publication: Australian Poetry Anthology
    Publication date: 2015
    Pagination: 98
    Extent: 1 poem
    Keywords: Gifts, Quests
    Notes: Form: poetry
    First Line: I'm searching for a presents
    AustLit Ref: http://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/9301125
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
    2015 Publication status: Published
    NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Cartoon Snow: And Other Poems
    Authors: Coleman A
    Publisher: Garron Publishing
    Place of publication: Magill
    Publication date: 2015
    Pagination: 22 pages
    Extent: 1 poem
    Abstract: This chapbook of poems is by award-winning poet Aidan Coleman.
    Other output evidence: https://www.austlit.edu.au/
    Notes: Form: poetry
    Type: selected work
    AustLit Ref: http://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/9166145
    This chapbook of poems is by award-winning poet Aidan Coleman.
    Verification-status: Verified
    ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: To be provided
    2014 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
    Title: Primary
    Authors: Coleman A
    Editors: Page G
    ISBN-13: 9781863956970
    Publisher: Black Inc.
    Place of publication: Collingwood
    Publication date: 2014
    Pagination: 145
    Extent: .
    Source URL: https://books.google.com.au/
    Notes: Form: poetry
    First Line: My first car red as a halfsucked Jaffa.
    AustLit Ref: http://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/8111449
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    Record created at source: 15 December 2017
    2012 NTRO sub category: BOOK
    Title: Asymmetry
    Authors: Coleman A
    ISBN-13: 9781921556319
    Publisher: Brandl and Schlesinger
    Place of publication: Blackheath
    Publication date: 2012
    Pagination: 71
    Abstract: <p>''What greater challenge for a poet than the recovery of language after its loss? These dense, powerful poems are the fruits of Coleman's year-long struggle. They read like some profound and moving metaphor for the process of writing poetry itself, but on a far more important plane, as we follow him from struck muteness to the dredging up of the bare bones of language, a process of reclamation that seems to find its fullest and most joyous expression – its cure – in the sensuous love poems for his wife that conclude the book, the wife who was at his side every painful inch of the way.' Peter Goldsworthy</p><p>''The lyrics of Asymmetry show us by turns the sorrows of dire illness and the joys of love.</p><p>'Aidan Coleman sees and feels things in sharp and memorable ways; yet he not only makes us perceive the world better but also he leads us to appreciate it the more. Australian poetry is the richer for this book.' Kevin Hart</p><p>''Dizzying imagery, executed with utter control. Coleman's artistry puts him in the forefront of young poets anywhere.' Les Murray' (Publication summary)</p>
    Notes: Form: poetry
    Type: selected work
    AustLit Ref: http://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/C822780
    <p>''What greater challenge for a poet than the recovery of language after its loss? These dense, powerful poems are the fruits of Coleman's year-long struggle. They read like some profound and moving metaphor for the process of writing poetry itself, but on a far more important plane, as we follow him from struck muteness to the dredging up of the bare bones of language, a process of reclamation that seems to find its fullest and most joyous expression – its cure – in the sensuous love poems for his wife that conclude the book, the wife who was at his side every painful inch of the way.' Peter Goldsworthy</p><p>''The lyrics of Asymmetry show us by turns the sorrows of dire illness and the joys of love.</p><p>'Aidan Coleman sees and feels things in sharp and memorable ways; yet he not only makes us perceive the world better but also he leads us to appreciate it the more. Australian poetry is the richer for this book.' Kevin Hart</p><p>''Dizzying imagery, executed with utter control. Coleman's artistry puts him in the forefront of young poets anywhere.' Les Murray' (Publication summary)</p>

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