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Besides his own poetry, he has published translations from German of [[Konrad Bayer]] and [[Paul Celan]]. 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/>
 
Besides his own poetry, he has published translations from German of [[Konrad Bayer]] and [[Paul Celan]]. 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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* ''Sediments of Seclusion.''<span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Georgia, 'Times New Roman', serif; font-style: normal; line-height: 19px; "> Armadale, Vic: Contempa Publications, 1973.</span>
 
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* [[List of Australian poets]]
 
* [[List of Australian poets]]
   

Revision as of 14:46, March 3, 2012

Walter Billeter (born 1943) is an [[Australian poetry}Australian poet]].[1]

Life

Billeter was born in Sierre, Switzerland. He came to Australia in 1966.[1].

Besides his own poetry, he has published translations from German of Konrad Bayer and Paul Celan. 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.[1]

Publications

  • Sediments of Seclusion. Armadale, Vic: Contempa Publications, 1973.

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Walter Billeter," Oxford Companion to Australian Literature, Answers.com, Web, Mar. 3, 2012.

External links

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