One Under Bacchus (2011)
"Duncan Hose treads the lesser-known path of maverick Australian poets such as Norman Talbot, John Watson and Javant Biarujia – that is, like all good must-read poets, he invents a new language, full of playful disguises and serious intent, reaffirming Baudelaire’s view that only the human-made is beautiful." - Gig Ryan
One Under Bacchus is the outstanding second collection of poetry by Duncan Bruce Hose. It includes 'An Allegory of Edward Trouble', which won the 2010 Newcastle Poetry Prize.