Puncher & Wattmann
Toby Fitch was born in London and raised in Sydney. His chapbook of poems Everyday Static was published by Vagabond in 2010. Rawshock is his first book-length collection, and it was the co-winner of the Grace Leven Prize for Poetry 2012. It contains the daring cyclone-shaped poem 'Oscillations', which was shortlisted for the Peter Porter Poetry Prize 2012, and the title-poem 'Rawshock', a ten-part sequence of pattern poems modelled on the original Rorschach inkblots. See the Meanjin article
Puncher and Wattmann titles by Toby FitchRawshock
- reviews: Toby Fitch, ‘Rawshock’ in The Australian Book Review
- reviews: Toby Fitch, ‘Rawshock’ in The Australian
- on other websites:
Toby Fitch’s Rawshock reviewed by Fiona Hile (Mascara Review)
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