In Stasis Shuffle Pam Brown continues to write a poetry that maps the edges of thought, to think 'what cannot / be thought'. This collection plays with style and turns its attention to both personal friendships and formal experimentation. The poems are fragmentary and discursive, knowing and wry; bursting with jokes, wordplay, strange observation and striking thoughts that unfold with the sudden joy of discovery. This is a significant new collection by one of Australia's most influential contemporary poets.