Michelle Leber

AMBLE Editorial: Sarah Gory and Elena Gomez

Artwork:
A Show of Hands: 10 Works by Michelle Leber
Not Touching the Void, Listening for the Drip: Witnessing Water Cycles by Bonny Cassidy and Catherine Cassidy

Essays:
Stand-up Comedy: A Scene of Paradoxes by Urvi Majumdar
House Style Lifestyle, Or: Same. Same. Same. Same. Same. Same. by Cher Tan
On the Holding of Spaces for Essaying Into by Melody Ellis, Andy Jackson, Tina Stefanou, Peta Murray and Khalid Warsame
‘Seeking to be here, doing this’: Po-Essaying into Agro-ecological Thinking by Jessica Wilkinson and Tammi Jonas

Interviews:
‘Poems are Alive’: Aïsha Trambas Interviews Thabani Tshuma
‘Permission to write’: Emilie Collyer Interviews Marion May Campbell
‘A poet is a worker in language’: Debris Facility Interviews π.ο.

Translations:
3 Ni Zan Translations by Aiden Heung
4 Róger Lindo Translations by Matthew Byrne
3 Juan Arabia Translations by Katherine M Hedeen

Chapbooks:
Citations: Poems by Lou Garcia-Dolnik
Hardcore Pastorals: Poems by Rebecca Hawkes

And 60 new poems selected by Elena Gomez and Sarah Gory:
Pieman Heads
by Neika Lehman
salt sore
by Hasib Hourani
family name
by Stacey Teague
Vessel/Vessel
by Sancintya Mohini Simpson
an island is an archive
by Kiki Amberber
This Light
by Timmah Ball
Etymology
by Bruna Gomes
A quiet garden-variety killer
by Samuel Wagan Watson
Evergreen
by Abigail Fisher
Lifelines
by Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad
My Film Pitch
by Sarah Hall
through the dust
by Wren Goderie
I stand
by Jane Gibian
Chasing Apricots
by Suzanne Claridge
Uninitiation
by Luke Patterson
Ngambri
by Peter Cameron
#NatureIsHealing
by Rae White
Postamble
by Catherine McCredie
In Midsummer Blues
by Palash Mahmud
Skiing on Mars
by Angela Gardner
The Ghost’s Departure
by Emily Hockaday
Primo Alonzo
by Vincent Rendoni
Love Notes to Bhanu
by Frankie Hanman-Siegersma
Middle Quarters
by Beth Merindah
Thermal Readings
by Iain Britton
Lives of Mangroves
by Joel M Toledo
The Neighbourhood
by Nicholas Duddy
Ginger
by Danabelle Gutierrez
Anxiety room
by Jumarvin Ridulfa
Portal of Rings
by Angus McGrath
Sound Returns to the Whale
by Nellie Le Beau
Soundtrack
by Isabel Haqqani
Dyemaking, a guide
by Jordana Infeld
Questions
by Kerry Greer
Ride
by Cameron Lowe
THE SUNMILER
by A Valliard
Salt Lake
by Ashley Haywood
Passport
by Peter Harney
spooky action at a distance
by Georgia Kartas
Duplex
by Stuart Barnes
PINBALL
by Victoria Ramsay
Wairaka
by Michaela Keeble
Zero Day.10.1110.
by Chris Arnold
Undercover at Battery Point
by Mitchell Welch
Blackheath
by Sarah Temporal
graceland
by D'arcy Noonan
still work
by Miriam Jones
Song for the Dead
by Janet Jiahui Wu
The Star
by Bonny Cassidy
Sandstone Caves
by Ed Southorn
Grave
by Cyril Wong
 
 

CORDITE POETRY REVIEW
ISSUE 103: AMBLE

Released: 31 October 2021


ESSAYS


Stand-up Comedy: A Scene of Paradoxes

Sunday, October 31st, 2021

After one year, 80 gigs and countless nights worrying, I finally told my parents I did stand-up comedy.

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REVIEWS

Rachel Schenberg Reviews Gareth Morgan and Harry Reid

Thursday, November 11th, 2021

Gareth Morgan’s Dear Eileen, is a focused yet restless collection of epistolary-poems addressed to the American poet, Eileen Myles. Published in 2020 in Puncher & Wattmann’s poetry chapbook series, Slow Loris, it is the Naarm-based poet’s first title.

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INTERVIEWS

‘A poet is a worker in language’: Debris Facility Interviews π.ο.

Sunday, October 31st, 2021

To forefront the anarchist politics within poetry is to invest in the liberatory potentiality within the agency of reading and writing.

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SCHOLARLY

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maar bidi: Carving Sovereignty and Desire in Indigenous Youth Storytelling

Monday, February 1st, 2021

Academia has inherited a long history of non-Indigenous people speaking for Indigenous people.

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GUNCOTTON BLOG

and
Submission to Cordite 105: NO THEME 11

Monday, November 15th, 2021

We want poetry that is effusive and overwrought and hyperbolic and melancholic and sentimental and dark and cheesy and twisted, that pushes itself so far past the realm of good taste that it glides gleefully into ugliness.

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