Catherine Vidler

Catherine Vidler’s first chapbook, Cloud Theory, was published by Puncher & Wattmann in 2007. In 2011 Puncher & Wattmann also published her collection Furious Triangle. Some recent publications include stamp sonnets: 28 poems created from material contained in hartmut abendschein’s ‘stamp stories’ project (SOd press, 2019), 78 composite lost sonnets (Hesterglock Prote(s)xt, 2018), Lost Sonnets (Timglaset, 2018), collected composite lost sonnets (SOd press, 2018), and lost sonnets (Spacecraft Press, 2018). Publications forthcoming in 2019 include Keyboards, 14 visual/textual poems for Tom Jenks (The Blasted Tree), Repetitive Poems (Simulacrum Press), and Lost Sonnets (edition taberna kritika).

Books
May 24, 2019

The Friday Poem: The weirdness of trees by Catherine Vidler

New verse from Sydney-based poet Catherine Vidler.

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Books
Aug 5, 2016

The Friday poem: "the ghost held special significance", by Catherine Vidler

A litany by Australian writer Catherine Vidler.

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Books
May 20, 2016

The Friday poem: "Saucepan", by Catherine Vidler

New verse by Catherine Vidler, inspired by dear old Saucepan, a character from the Enid Blyton series The Faraway Tree.

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