Briggs, Ernest, 1905-1967Alternative names
Ernest Briggs, born in Sydney, was a radio broadcaster in Brisbane, where he also wrote music and art reviews for the Brisbane Courier Mail. He published several books of poetry.
From the description of Friended [poem], 1967 [manuscript] 1967. (The University of Queensland Library). WorldCat record id: 62537460
Ernest Briggs, Australian poet, was born in Sydney. He was a radio broadcaster in Brisbane and an art and music critic for the Brisbane Courier-mail. Chiefly inspired by W.B. Yeats and the "Celtic Twilight" movement, he would publish three books of poetry, plus numerous private, limited editions.
From the description of The death of the hare : an elegy, and a warning against the peril of nuclear-radiation residue, 1965 / by Ernest Briggs, Brisbane, 1941-1965. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 61387410
Ernest Briggs, a fifth generation Australian, was born in Sydney in 1905. He was descended from Captain Thomas Rowley, adjutant to Governor Phillips, and later Lieutenant Governor of Norfolk Island. Ernest Briggs was manager of Radio Station 4BK in Brisbane in the 1930s, and also wrote music and art reviews for the 'Courier Mail.' He published several books of poetry. He died in 1967.
From the description of Papers, 1940-1967 [manuscript] 1940-1967. (The University of Queensland Library). WorldCat record id: 62549452
From the description of Papers [manuscript]. 1940-1967. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 224386296
Ernest Briggs (1905-1967) was an Australian poet, radio broadcaster and music critic.
From the guide to the Ernest Briggs Papers, 1926-1966, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries)
Ernest Briggs was a journalist and poet. For more information on Ernest Briggs see 'Bibliography of Queensland Verse' by J.H. Hornibrook (1953), p. 10.
From the description of OM92-168 Ernest Briggs Papers, 1966. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 755719051
Ernest Briggs was an Australian poet and critic. Born in Sydney, he became music and art critic for the Brisbane Courier-Mail. He subsequently published several volumes of poetry in a philosophical-meditative vein, including poems translated from or inspired by Chinese works.
From the description of Here was Spring : an Edna St. Vincent Millay memorial sonnet sequence, circa 1965. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 61387415
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