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KIN Editorial: Elfie Shiosaki

Artwork:
11 Works by TextaQueen
18 Works by Maxxi Minaxi May
Dante Graphology Drawing Poems: 14 Works by John Kinsella

Interviews:
Accepting the Gift, Doing the Work: Angelita Biscotti Interviews Sara M Saleh
Lunchtime Variations: Dominic Symes Interviews Peter Bakowski and Ken Bolton

Translations:
6 Grzegorz Kwiatkowski Translations by Peter Constantine
5 Halina Poświatowska Translations by Karolina Zapal and Ryan Mihaly
3 Dong Li Translations by Song Lin

Chapbooks:
The Morgue I Think the Deader it Gets: Poems by Carody Culver
Door of Air: Poems by Morgan Yasbincek

And 45 new poems selected by Elfie Shiosaki:
Kinship Country
by Kirli Saunders
Rivers
by Yeena Kirkbright
western sydney fugue
by Pooja Biswas
Memory Curls
by Anna Jacobson
Naming Ceremony
by Kaya Ortiz
A Scorched Earth
by Samuel Wagan Watson
A Sense of Home
by Vi Nguyen
matrihaemoglobin
by Khairani Barokka
Four Tanka, Four Seasons – Breezes in Tokyo
by Uchimura Kaho (内村佳保)
cambia
by berni m janssen
Yamaji Kin Songline
by Charmaine Papertalk Green
EOS
by Robin M Eames
Homesick
by Kaitlyn Cui
Tasseography
by Leila Lois
Clutter
by Olivia Slater
statement
by Grace Ugamay Dulawan
Toast
by Svetlana Sterlin
Mami Wata
by N'gadie Roberts
Big Boy Yarns
by Jaquim Duggan
the midwife
by Nadia Rhook
Memory of Sounds
by Joanna George
the story from the plane
by Kristen Roberts
Odoriferous Diorama
by Lisa Collyer
COLLECTIVE MEMORY
by Shaine Melrose
trajectory
by Hellai Gul
Extracts
by Suzi Mezei
upon returning
by Rodney Cross
Rip
by Riley Faulds
Postnatal Obeah
by Beth Merindah
Landscape with Family
by Rita Tognini
H20
by Barbara Hostalek
dust of stars
by Kaitlin Rees
Roots
by Sarah Hall
Connected
by Nola Gregory
Queendom
by Julienne Maui Mangawang
Molly
by Gillian O'Shaughnessy
network
by Kathryn Gledhill-Tucker
Root Fire
by Evlin DuBose
Second Skin
by Tais Rose Wae
Ghosts
by Gabriella Munoz
Drift
by Kate Maxwell
hereditary
by Niki David
the toddy tappers
by Indrani Perera
Monopoly on Stolen Land
by Pidj Flavell
The Capital of KIN
by Scott-Patrick Mitchell
un-settle
by Simone Sales
 
 

CORDITE POETRY REVIEW
ISSUE 104: KIN

Released: 1 February 2022


ESSAYS


KIN Editorial

Tuesday, February 1st, 2022

KIN explores how kinship, our understandings of who we are and where we come from, engages with dynamic senses of Country and belonging to Country.

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REVIEWS

Dženana Vucic Reviews White Clouds, Blue Rain by Oliver Driscoll

Friday, March 11th, 2022

White Clouds, Blue Rain (2021) is Oliver Driscoll’s second poetry collection, appearing a short year after his 2020 I Don’t Know How that Happened. Like his earlier work, it is concerned with the everyday: small moments of domesticity and care; conversations both mundane and profound; fleeting interactions with, but more often, observations of, an outside world whose parameters are undefined, but which nonetheless feel tightly bound, contained. To say that this is a result of the pandemic, which has certainly imbued domesticity and its imaginary with a gravitas denied to it when it was considered womanly, would be incorrect insofar as Driscoll has always had an eye for the ordinary, has always been pulled by the intimate, the close.

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INTERVIEWS

Lunchtime Variations: Dominic Symes Interviews Peter Bakowski and Ken Bolton

Tuesday, February 1st, 2022

I became interested in how Ken and Peter worked with one another, with an eye to discovering the conditions which allow poetic collaborations to remain fresh and full of humour, in the same way people examine the diets of people in Blue Zones, like Okinawa and Ikaria.

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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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Rory Green on as Games Literature Editor

Wednesday, May 18th, 2022

I’m honoured to announce that Rory Green will be taking up the helm of Games Literature Editor, and to finally get back to using the online space and capabilities more consistently than we have the past decade.

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