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==Life==
 
==Life==
Billeter was born in Sierre, Switzerland.<ref name=wbilleteroc/> He was trained as a draftsman in Basel, where he first began to publish poetry. He co-founded a [[Literary magazine]], ''Sphaira,'' which published 1962-1964.</small><ref name=wbilleterapl>[http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/billeter-walter Walter Billeter (1943- )], Australian Poetry Library, Web, Mar. 3, 2012.</ref>
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Billeter was born in Sierre, Switzerland.<ref name=wbilleteroc/> He was trained as a draftsman in Basel, where he first began to publish poetry. He co-founded a [[Literary magazine]], ''Sphaira,'' which published 1962-1964.<ref name=wbilleterapl/>
   
 
Billeter emigrated to Australia in 1966.<ref name=wbilleteroc/>. He settled in Sydney, where he worked as a draftsman, and began contributing to Australian magazines. He published his only collection of poetry in 1973.<ref name=wbilleterapl/> In 1974 he and [[John Jenkins]] founded the [[literary magazine]] ''etymspheres''. In 1977 he edited the [[anthology]] ''3 Blind Mice'' with [[Kris Hemensley]] and [[Robert Kenney]].<ref name=wbilleteroc/>
 
Billeter emigrated to Australia in 1966.<ref name=wbilleteroc/>. He settled in Sydney, where he worked as a draftsman, and began contributing to Australian magazines. He published his only collection of poetry in 1973.<ref name=wbilleterapl/> In 1974 he and [[John Jenkins]] founded the [[literary magazine]] ''etymspheres''. In 1977 he edited the [[anthology]] ''3 Blind Mice'' with [[Kris Hemensley]] and [[Robert Kenney]].<ref name=wbilleteroc/>
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