I couldn’t agree with you, more
‘s the pity, as I liked what you
were saying before (that is, i’d
like to say i agree with you all
the time but as you’re wrong i
just can’t (simple, isn’t it, this
act of negation on my part (or
was it yours, the moment you
took a viewpoint different from
mine (‘each to their own’ & all
that but you’re so wrong (dead
wrong in fact – now don’t quote
me on that (okay? are we done
yet? yes great terrific (kfxbai
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David Prater

David Prater is an Australian writer, editor and researcher. He holds a BA with Honours in Australian Literature from the University of Sydney, an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Melbourne, and a PhD from Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne. Papertiger Media published his first poetry collection, We Will Disappear, in 2007 and Vagabond Press published his chapbook Morgenland in the same year. In 2013 Puncher and Wattmann published his second full-length poetry collection, Leaves of Glass. In 2005 and 2009 he undertook Asialink residencies in Seoul, Republic of Korea. From 2001 to 2012 he was the managing editor of Cordite Poetry Review, an online journal of Australian poetry and poetics. In 2011 he undertook post-doctoral research on electronic literature and pedagogy at Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, Karlskrona, as part of the ELMCIP project. He currently works as a Research Editor at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
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