The Empty Show by Alice Allan



Drawing influence from her omnivorous reading, Alice infuses word collages and broken fields of type with lyric feeling. In this debut collection she has curated poems that reflect conditions of lostness. She observes and resists the desire to make logical conclusions, opting instead for phrases, images and voices of anachronism and surprise.
— Bonny Cassidy

Alice Allan is a writer and editor living in Melbourne. She publishes the podcast Poetry Says, where she interviews poets from Australia and overseas.