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Ken Bolton (born 1949) is an Australian poet. He was born in Sydney and studied fine arts at the University of Sydney, where he also tutored. In the late 70s he edited the poetry magazine Magic Sam and began the small press Sea Cruise Books with Anna Couani. His first book of poems, Four Poems, was published in 1977. In 1982 he moved to Adelaide to work at the Experimental Art Foundation.

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by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Adelaide : Open Dammit Books, 2014
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by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Tamarama : Polar Bear Press, 2017
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by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Tamarama : Polar Bear Press, MMXIX [2019]
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by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Melbourne : Life Before Man ; Summer Hill, New South Wales : Gazebo Books, 2021 , ©2021
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by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Adelaide : Little Esther Books, ©2012
 
 
 
 
by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
[Cumberland Park, SA] : Ken Bolton, 2004
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by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Glebe, NSW : Puncher & Wattmann, 2013 , ©2013
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by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Clifton Hill, [Vic.] : Rigmarole Books, [1983]
 
 
by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Sydney : Vagabond Press, [2015] , ©2015
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by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Adelaide : Little Esther Books, c2005
 
 
by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Coalcliff, N.S.W. : Bier Rhymes with Beer Press, 1980
 
 
by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Hackney, S. Aust. : Shocking Looking Books, [1984], c1982
 
 
by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Sydney : Sea Cruise Books, 1977
 
 
by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Kent Town, S. Aust. : Wakefield Press, c2005
 
 
by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
Hackney, S. Aust. : Open Dammit Books, c1984
 
 
by Bolton, Ken, 1949-
North Adelaide, S. Aust. : Experimental Art Foundation, c1990
 
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