Strong, vivid flow with never a wrong note. Sometimes like Lautreamont and sometimes like Duras...observed detail in coherence and delirium...you have reordered feeling and intelligence and given us very strong poetry. (Nicholas Pounder, Antiquarian and Rare Book Seller, NSW)
Cixous-like multidimensionality - and memory-like bits of biography, fantasy (Kris Hemensley, Australian poet and manager of Collected Works Bookshop, Melbourne)
Two sections of Strange Blood Sport, namely Water and Refuse were published in Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women's Liberation, 37.2, 2011 (ps.74-79) (Ed.) Carole Ferrier, The University of Queensland.
Other rare books of poetic prose by Julie Clarke (who was using her former name Julie Clarke-Powell) include:
|Neo Books, Melbourne, 1984.|
|Post Neo Publications and printed by Sybylla Co-operative Press in 1985.  p. 26 cm.|
|Self-published in 1988 with assistance from Robert Kenny. (20) p.|
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