For Alan 2018, acrylic on canvas, 180 x 240 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane.

NO THEME VIII Editorial: Claire Gaskin

Artwork:
10 Works by Richard Bell

Essays:
Shipwrecks in Modern European Painting and Poetry: Radical Mobilisation of the Motif as Political Protest by Marion May Campbell
Residence: Dwelling with The Shards (an essay) by Kate Middleton and Sarina Noordhuis-Fairfax

Chapbooks:
Brutalism: Poems by Alex Creece
Imperfect Growth: a Travel Log by Courtney Sina Meredith

Translations:
4 Translated Kim Seung-hee Poems by Brother Anthony of Taizé
4 Self-translations by Danijela Trajković

Interviews:
‘A means of resistance’: Susie Anderson Interviews Alison Whittaker

And 60 new poems selected by Claire Gaskin:
CURB 6
by Divya Victor
The Cartoon Version
by George Szirtes
Concept Creep
by Ann Vickery
2.0
by Rebecca Jessen
The girl, the one
by Lobna Rouhani
Dry Cry
by Amílcar Sanatan
Veto
by Nadia Kim
Chinoiserie
by Mookie Katigbak Lacuesta
A letter to my never again
by Bernice Chauly
Lady Xoc
by Dana Levin
Dear Mother
by Daphne Marlatt
po (i) nt
by berni m janssen
What I Saw
by Gayelene Carbis
Dinner Companion
by Jan Ball
Un-titled
by Tessa Rose
Pteropus
by Sam Morley
something very old
by Tom Doig
Storying
by Duy Quang Mai
chamber musings
by Kevin Gillam
Soup
by Rhea Cai
Weather Forecast
by Bronwyn Rennex
perth
by Ella Fox-Martens
Asyndeta
by Opeyemi Joe Olanihun
Lifting Machine
by Tarla Kramer
Bathroom Abstraction
by David McCooey
Aspete/Wait
by Lucy Dougan
From Northbourne Ave
by Emily Stewart
blood loss
by Mitch Tomas Cave
Don’t go breaking my heart
by Christopher Konrad
stumps
by Emily Barber
O.J Chase
by Matthew Jenkins
Atargatis or More
by Donia G Mounsef
suburban portrait
by Andrew Sutherland
True East
by Dean Brink
The landscape changes
by Lesh Karan
Sand whiting
by Georgina Woods
Returning
by Virginia Jealous
HANGOUTWHOLE
by Judy Durrant
damn drop
by Sascha Morrell
Farewell to Sweet Pea
by Oliver Mestitz
reply
by Joshua Badge
Milk River
by Antonia Pont
The Wrong Colour
by Laurie Smith
Mother Bird
by Kim Zeneth
Sunday, call me a squid
by Susan Wardell
agreement
by Fraser Mackay
Call of Summer
by Angela Gabrielle Fabunan
WITH
by Leone Gabrielle
Vernal Funks & Bluffs
by Nicholas Powell
nanny on the water
by Alice Jones
The slow clock
by Belinda Rule
Sonar for Conception
by Abbra Kotlarczyk
in yr swimming pool
by Ruby Hillsmith
Introspection
by Kristian Patruno
The Shards
by Kate Middleton and Sarina Noordhuis-Fairfax
 
 

CORDITE POETRY REVIEW
ISSUE 92: NO THEME VIII

Released: 15 August 2019


ESSAYS


NO THEME VIII Editorial

Friday, August 16th, 2019

Nothing makes me feel my fallibility more than editing a literary journal, marking papers or judging a literary competition. I can be wrong. I can be unclear. I can miss things.

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REVIEWS

Simeon Kronenberg Reviews Norman Erikson Pasaribu’s Sergius Seeks Bacchus

Sunday, September 8th, 2019

Sergius and Bacchus were fourth century soldiers in the Roman imperial army and also devout Christians and lovers.

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INTERVIEWS

‘A means of resistance’: Susie Anderson Interviews Alison Whittaker

Friday, August 16th, 2019

Some writing teaches you possibility. Possibility in a number of ways: seeing yourself reflected in a body of work, echoing familiar words, places, or ideas; some writing is a lesson about form, or acts as an overall object to aspire to.

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SCHOLARLY


Chorography and Toute-eau in the Waters of Lower Murray Country

Wednesday, May 1st, 2019

The first line of this fragment by poet Edward Kamau Brathwaite opens philosopher Édouard Glissant’s Poetics of Relation. ‘The unity is submarine’.

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GUNCOTTON BLOG

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Introduction to Caren Florance’s Lost in Case

Wednesday, August 28th, 2019

BUY YOUR COPY HERE Caren Florance works in the Venn overlaps of text art, visual poetry and creative publishing. Her work is hard to pin down, principally because the artist herself is not interested in a static outcome. Much of …

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