‘Microtonal Wall’ image courtesy of Tristan Perich

Poetry Editorial: Corey Wakeling

Essays: Against Colony Collapse Disorder; or, Settler Mess in the Cells of Contemporary Australian Poetry by Ann Vickery and What We (non)Believe: Reading Poems by Charles Wright, John Burnside, and Kevin Hart by Lachlan Brown

Artwork: 1-bit Signals: Computation as Music and Visual Art by Tristan Perich. Includes: Machine Drawings, Between the Silences (for 9 strings and 9-channel 1-bit electronics) and more.

Poetry Objects: Excerpts from Graphic Novella by Rachel Blau DuPlessis and James Faulkner’s Disintegraton Machine by Nick Whittock

Scholarly: Comics Poetry: The Art of the Possible by Tamryn Bennett

Interview: Adam Aitken Interviews Martin Harrison (revised from 1998)

New Reviews: Paul Hetherington Reviews The Turnrow Anthology of Contemporary Australian Poetry, edited by John Kinsella and rob mclennan Reviews 70 Canadian Poets, Fifth Edition

Blog: Notes on her ‘Gibson’s Folly (Tambo River)’ by Louise Crisp

And a sequence of 53 new poems selected by Corey Wakeling:
Circular Quay
by John Wilkinson
Et in California Ego
by John Tranter
Marooned
by Toby Fitch
A bar of soap
by Samuel Wagan Watson
237, The Overlook
by Bella Li
Post It
by Gig Ryan
Derrière monde
by Chris Edwards
amble
by Joanne Burns
homology
by Anupama Pilbrow
Tracks
by Rose Hunter
autolytic
by Marty Hiatt
Split
by S J Fowler
Vowellings in Reverso
by Lucy Wilks
Futile Poem #157
by Alexia Derbas
direct translation 1 – Weltraum (Outerspace)
by Holly Friedlander Liddicoat
prison, must think in bronze
by Hyacinth Meredith
(Be)fore and Aft(er)
by Mitchell Welch
It Was an Escape
by Carmine Frascarelli
The Island of Love
by John Wilkinson
Reading Nietzsche at Twilight
by Anne-Marie Newton
Equuleus
by Maureen Alsop
Tastemaker Allowables
by Melinda Bufton
The Perversity of Shadows
by Scott Thouard
IQ
by Alice Savona
Wholly? Holey? Holy
by Daniel John Pilkington
pennant
by Joanne Burns
from Jerilderies
by Toby Fitch
Is This
by Lachlan Brown
Cosmic Primness
by Michael Farrell
Colosseums of the Future
by Jacob Edwards
Fifteen Façades
by Rose Hunter
What’s more
by Chris Edwards
Frames (part 6)
by John Luna
Peregrine
by Scherezade Siobhan
Machine Drawings
by Tristan Perich
Excerpts from Graphic Novella
by Rachel Blau DuPlessis
 
 

CORDITE POETRY REVIEW
ISSUE 48.0: CONSTRAINT

Released: 1 November 2014


ESSAYS

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CANADA / AUSTRALIA Editorial

Monday, December 1st, 2014

An unlikely place to intersect, or even be at all – Brisbane, Australia – for Shane Rhodes (Canadian, poetry editor for Arc Magazine and the 2013 Arts Queensland Poet in Residence) and Kent MacCarter (native Montanan and Managing Editor of …

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REVIEWS

Review Short: p76’s Cornelis Vleeskens Special Issue

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Cornelius Vleeskens Special IssueThe first indication that the contents of this special issue hovers in the Venn overlap of art and poetry lies in its ‘curation’, not ‘edit’. Spence’s project was to ‘sample from a mass of work … to (make) a small but intense window’ (p. 5), and he does this by being true to the materiality of Vleeskens’s visual output. The nostalgic production values of the journal itself – photocopied in black and white on A4 paper, stapled, and with no frilly bits – is a perfect match for Spence’s vision and Vleeskens’s visual practice, which was firmly embedded in the intersections of text and image.

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INTERVIEWS

Adam Aitken Interviews Martin Harrison

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

I’ve known Martin Harrison since 1985, when I first met him in Newtown, New South Wales. I had been an undergraduate and aspiring poet at the University of Sydney, and we were neighbours. I hung out with a coterie who often gathered at the Courthouse Hotel, on Australia Street a few blocks north of Martin’s house; a group that included John Forbes, John Tranter, Pam Brown, Gig Ryan, Laurie Duggan, Dipti Saravanamuttu, Jan Harry, Joanne Burns, Rae Desmond Jones, and Chris Mansell among others. Martin was someone from another literary scene, but I was not put off by that as I found him immensely intelligent, warm, witty, and encouraging to young poets.

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SCHOLARLY


Comics Poetry: The Art of the Possible

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

‘MUSIC OF SHAPE’ | from, HOW TO BE EVERYWHERE, 2007 | Warren Craghead III | pencil on archival paper In 1979, Cecilia Vicuña (Chilean poet, activist and artist) tied a red string around a glass of milk and spilled it …

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GUNCOTTON BLOG


Instructions As Art: Digital Writers as Modern-day Renaissance People

Friday, December 5th, 2014

I am now almost thirty years old. While there were many different gaming consoles around when I was a kid, I wasn’t privy to many of them. I was a fairly active child and teenager who spent most of her spare time outdoors (usually wandering around parks aimlessly). My education did not involve classroom computers, however I did have access to one at home.

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