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16 January 2015updated 08 Oct 2015 9:10am

“Fred”: a new poem by Isobel Dixon

By Isobel Dixon


Isobel Dixon’s collections include A Fold in the Map (Salt). “Fred” appears in Double Bill: Poems Inspired by Popular Culture (Red Squirrel Press).


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