The grief and glory of Gallipoli: Anzac poetry [by A. G. Stephens, 27 April 1929]

[Editor: An article by A. G. Stephens, published in The Brisbane Courier, 27 April 1929.] The grief and glory of Gallipoli. Anzac poetry. By A. G. Stephens. Still, for unforgetting hearts, the grief comes first. Wolla Meranda wrote:— They will never come back, our stalwart men! They will never come back, our splendid men! And […]

The Honeymoon Train [poem by A.G. Stephens]

[Editor: This poem by A. G. Stephens was published in The Bulletin Reciter, 1901.] The Honeymoon Train. Hark how the chill westerly rattles the windows! I ’ll draw up my chair to the side of the fire: That new book, I fancy, must wait till to-morrow — I ’m lazy, and old eyes so easily […]

The Bulletin Reciter: A Collection of Verses for Recitation From “The Bulletin” (1880-1901) [1901]

[Editor: This collection of poems was edited by A.G. Stephens and published by The Bulletin Newspaper Company in 1901.] The Bulletin Reciter A Collection of Verses for Recitation from “The Bulletin” [1880-1901] The Bulletin Library Publication notes Prefatory List of illustrations List of Recitations. The Billiard-Marker’s Yarn . . . . . Edmund Fisher Spell […]