Hope and Substance

Injecting subtle ironies and caustic comments on human attitudes and biases, the poet paints from a palette of virtues and vices, depicting consumerism and urban sprawl, self-imprisonment, ambivalence and emotional polarity. This book is at once figurative and literal. It is both the disguised and the unvarnished game of our human existence as well as a contemporary exploration of our global soul. More
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About Dianne Cikusa

Dianne Cikusa is an Australian poet and writer. She is a graduate of Wollongong University, having a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and a Graduate Diploma in Arts (Modern Languages). She also holds a Diploma of Language Studies (French) from the University of Sydney.

Dianne’s work has been published in a number of online journals, poetry zines, anthologies and print magazines. One of her short poems also appeared as digital media in the Melbourne 2010 Overload Poetry Festival. She is the author of three books of poetry.

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