8 poems in Chinese children’s anthology

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When the Moon is Swimming NakedEight of Andrew’s poems have been included in a new bilingual anthology for children, When the Moon Is Swimming Naked: Australasian Poetry for the Chinese Youngster, edited by Kit Kelen and Mark Carthew for ASM Poetry/ Association of Stories in Macao.

The poems, which are published in English and Chinese, are “Grandma and the Mouses”, “Limerick on a Long Nose”, “The Elephant Who Lost His Tail”, “A Remembrance of Robins”, “Arum Lilies”, “Mosquito Haiku”, “Stars and Moon” and “In Line”.

All eight poems have been republished from Andrew’s book, Allsorts: poetry tricks and treats, and the first three can be read on this website here.

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