Denis Kevans was a writer of poems and songs for over 50 years. With a combination of powerful
performance skills, comic irreverence, a strong environmental and social conscience and a great
gift for creating vivid imagery and emotion, Denis was an awesome package.
This book showcases just part of his immense body of work, that of his rhyming verse. It contains over 650 poems and songs including his most popular ones, such as:
- When Monkeys Rode the Greyhounds Round the Track at Harold Park
- Ah, Brother, Have You Any Sacred Sites?
- Hey, Banjo, Have You Heard, Mate?
- The Beauty of the World
- The Greatest Kick of All
- The Slouch of Vietnam
- The Anzac’s Incense
- Century of the Child
- Southern Melody
- The Ventriloquist, and so many more.
The book size is 214 mm x 280 mm x 26 mm thick. There are 344 pages including an alphabetical index plus a full contents listing. It contains over 650 poems and it weighs about 1.1 kg.