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Helen Rickerby

Helen Rickerby

Helen Rickerby's first collection, Abstract Internal Furniture (HeadworX 2001), was described as 'an avant-garde, indoor garden full of strange images and intriguing ideas where things turn topsy-turvy' (Harvey McQueen, New Zealand Books). She was co-founder, and now co-managing editor, of JAAM magazine, and runs the small publishing company Seraph Press. She lives in Wellington, where she is employed as an editor.

List of Publications

Poetry

Abstract Internal Furniture (HeadworX, 2001)
My Iron Spine (HeadworX, 2008)























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