With the outstanding success of Green & Gold Malaria, this classic collection of Rupert McCall's work has been updated to include new favourites from Australia's most popular poet.
There's a tribute to Camp, and an impassioned plea for the return of Duncan Armstrong's stolen gold medal. Rupert takes a very humorous look at his divine inspiration for betting on Saintly in the Melbourne Cup.
From the legends of the turf to the thrill of State-of-Origin Super League, and a reprimand for the armchair critic, Rupert's words are true blue. Whether this is your first encounter with one of Australia's most talented young poets of you're a dedicated fan of his work, you'll enjoy this wonderful volume.