Stephen Oliver

Stephen Oliver is the author of twelve titles of poetry, including: Night of Warehouses: Poems 1978-2000, HeadworX Publishers, 2001.  Lived in Paris, Vienna, London, San Francisco, Greece and Israel. Signed on with the radio ship, 'The Voice of Peace' broadcasting in the Mediterranean out of Jaffa. Free lanced as production voice, newsreader, announcer, voice actor, journalist, radio producer, copy and features writer. Poems widely represented in New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, USA, UK, South Africa, Canada, etc. Recently published, Deadly Pollen, a poetry chapbook, Word Riot Press, 2003, and, Ballads, Satire & Salt - A Book of Diversions, Greywacke Press, Sydney, 2003. Three of his books, Unmanned, Night of Warehouses: Poems 1978-2000, Deadly Pollen are freely available  as e-books from Project Gutenberg: Oxford Text Archive, and, Online Books Page / University of Pennsylvania. NB: three titles are lodged with the Poets' House NY. Stephen is a transtasman poet and writer who lives in Sydney. Forthcoming: A new collection of poetry titled: Either Side The Horizon, Titus Books, New Zealand, 2005.


Books published: Henwise (1975), & Interviews  (1978), Autumn Songs (1978), Letter To James. K. Baxter (1980), Earthbound Mirrors (1984), Guardians, Not Angels (1993), Islands of Wilderness - A Romance (1996), Election Year Blues (1999), Unmanned (1999). Night of Warehouses: Poems 1978-2000 (2001), Deadly Pollen (2003), Ballads, Satire & Salt  - A Book of Diversions (2003), Either Side The Horizon (2005).

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