Puncher & Wattmann
For most of his life Alan Fish has lived in Melbourne and though he spent several years on a small orchard in rural Victoria he doesn't go in for the "I have two dogs and live on the coast in a corrugated-iron beach-shack" kind of bio. His poems have appeared in print but he isn't widely published in journals or on avant garde websites and he hasn't won numerous literary awards in obscure towns or at small agricultural shows. He does keep fish and realises this sounds silly. Alan Fish is a writing name for Philip Salom
Puncher and Wattmann titles by Alan FishThe Keeper of Fish
- reviews: Philip Salom’s ‘The Keeper of Fish’ in The Australian
- reviews: Philip Salom, ‘The Keeper of Fish’ in ABR
- on other websites:
Poetry: Heteronymic collections, by Alison Croggon, Overland 28 May 2012
- samples: Alan Fish, ‘When I was’
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