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BROWNFACE Editorial: Winnie Dunn

Artwork:
13 Works by Roberta Joy Rich

Essays:
A Mouth Saying Stroh-beh-ree by Ling Toong
In Black and White: Pictures from the Camera Obscura by Chris Price

Interviews:
‘The very act of our daily lives is resistance’: Andréa Ledding Interviews Marilyn Dumont
‘What would happen if Nature was given the chance to speak? How gentle would she really be?’ Sophie Finlay interviews Megan Kaminski

Translations:
2 Translations: Jiří Orten and Vladimír Holan by Alex Skovron and Josef Tomáš
4 Duo Er Translations by Ouyang Yu

Scholarly:
maar bidi: Carving Sovereignty and Desire in Indigenous Youth Storytelling by Elfie Shiosaki, Linda Martin and Nadia Rhook

And 50 new poems selected by Winnie Dunn:
Kupu rere kē
by Alice Te Punga Somerville
they rise
by Jazz Money
Never Seen
by Indrani Perera
Eyad
by Sara Saleh
2 life
by Ouyang Yu
Guadalupapi
by Asiel Adan Sanchez
Hakka Land
by W H Chong
Empathy
by Guido Melo
Two sonnets
by Taofia Pelesasa
Dear Kulisi
by Leki Jackson-Bourke
Jonah
by Phil Fresh
In Protest
by Christine Afoa
What am I to you?
by Pooja Chowdhary
coconut head
by Brad David
Between Us
by Andrea de Kauwe
that asian kid
by Ivy Luo
Small Talk With My Supervisor
by Victor Chrisnaa Senthinathan
Filipino
by Miguel Garcia
Sabong in Taytay
by Harold Legaspi
… but not like that
by Tahlea Aualiitia
Skin Pain
by Luoyang Chen
semente – seed
by Daiane Moret
Automatic for the People
by Lawdenmarc Decamora
White Lies
by Mukund Gnanadesikan
Sunday Picnic
by Ema Bell
Banished
by Saba Vasefi
Pantoum for My Parents
by Eileen Chong
Daughter
by Rashida Murphy
Hyphenated
by Thuy On
Nearly Brown
by Phoebe Lupton
The Face of Evil
by Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih
Valimai
by Niki David
Fluid
by Daley Rangi
What are you?
by Munawwar Abdulla
My Brownness and Me
by Ranu Uniyal
BLM
by Lulu Nyirenda
an afternoon on Minjerribah
by Raelee Lancaster
Brown skin
by Ariana Haghighi
One of Us (after Christchurch)
by Marziya Mohammedali
Influence
by Beth Merindah
Skins
by Suzi Mezei
Some stones
by Cassandra Barnett
The Castaway
by Janet Jiahui Wu
Apparatus
by Debbie Karol Butay
Glossary for Our Women
by Munira Tabassum Ahmed
Further than Jonah
by Anne-Marie Te Whiu
Monsters
by T. De Los Reyes
(de)face
by Sally Chik
The Beauty Police
by Lisa Collyer
Chasey
by Lesh Karan
Mail Order
by Sam Morley
 
 

CORDITE POETRY REVIEW
ISSUE 100: BROWNFACE

Released: 1 February 2021


ESSAYS


BROWNFACE editorial

Monday, February 1st, 2021

I was 12 and in Year 7 when Chris Lilley’s mockumentary Summer Heights High aired on ABC for the first time.

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REVIEWS

John Bartlett Reviews Kevin Brophy and Linda Adair

Wednesday, April 14th, 2021

Despite the publishing limitations in 2020 caused by the COVID-19 restrictions, Melbourne Poets Union remarkably released seven chapbooks last year in its new Blue Tongue Poets and Red-bellied Poets series, all under the auspices of the soon-to-retire editor, Tina Giannoukos.

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INTERVIEWS

‘What would happen if Nature was given the chance to speak? How gentle would she really be?’ Sophie Finlay Interviews Megan Kaminski

Monday, February 1st, 2021

Three sisters in the form of a conceit, branch from one another like the limbs of a tree. Three personifications of nature speak from the depths of allegory, rewriting themselves and in the process, reveal our entanglements with the more-than-human world.

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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

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Submission to Cordite 102: GAME

Tuesday, February 9th, 2021

A game is an environment navigated by apparent rules and structured by invisible rules. All of these (and the game) can be broken if you know where to look.

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