In this television clip from 1984 Cilla McQueen reads a poem and then talks about how she likes to express herself through a number of media – poetry, drawing and sound composition. She is also a fine performance poet. McQueen's poetry draws on the circumstances of her domestic life and on the distinctive landscapes of southern New Zealand where she has spent much of her life.
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