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Letter to Anne Carson: Work of Remembrance and Mourning

‘I came to think of translating,’ you write in Nox ‘… as a room, not exactly an unknown room, where one gropes for the light switch.’ I read your words and imagine you standing in a dark room, your hand thrust forward for a handshake with Catullus’s Poem 101.

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Review Short: Anne M. Carson’s Removing the Kimono

Removing the KimonoEvery poem in Anne M. Carson’s collection is appealing on account of the distinctive cast of mind revealed in a precise language that registers the author’s alertness to all senses. Three groups of poems establish a pattern of mortality and rebirth, of natural forces and human emotions.

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40.0 Interlocutor Melanie Scaife | Luminosity Study | 2011 Poetry Editorial: Libby Hart Essays: John Mateer on Nativism and Juan Garrido-Salgado on exile Interviews: Oscar Schwartz drinks with Del Ray Cross and Graham Nunn records angela rawlings Features: Geoff Page …

Recent and Upcoming Poetry Books 2019-2021

This page lists recently published or forthcoming poetry collections, verse novels and flash fiction. In most cases, a strike through a title indicates that the book has been sent to a reviewer, or that we will not be covering it. …

Artist Bios for Cordite Publishing Inc. 2020 City of Melbourne Arts Project Funding

Print book authors Lucy Van is a post-doctoral researcher at the English and Theatre Studies program, University of Melbourne, producing scholarship on postcolonial poetry, colonial photography, and postcolonial theory. She is also incubating an interdisciplinary, collaborative project about the contemporary …

Alex Creece Reviews Marion May Campbell’s third body

third body takes form on the cusp of metamorphoses between species, ecosystems, technologies, existential planes, and even between art and artist.

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Melody Paloma Reviews Keri Glastonbury

What is it about the sonnet? How is it that the infinite possibilities of those 14 lines can remain as persuasive and perplexing in 2018, in Newcastle, as they did in fourteenth century Italy?

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Avalon Airport / How to Unatomise the Fragment

Is a day, sending two messages, going for a swim, making a soup & doing the crossword, enough? The human rights watch articulates clearly on tv Debating, not without minimal despair, the applications Something feels unwell, or wasted (time-sick) I …

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Review Short: Therese Lloyd’s The Facts and Helen Heath’s Are Friends Electric?

These lines have come from feeding the collection into an online text randomiser. What sounds and looks like decisions made by a person is the work of a consciousless algorithm capable of capturing a question that charges the whole book: What does it mean to be ‘you’?

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Review Short: Susan Hawthorn’s Dark Matters

Susan Hawthorn’s Dark Matters is a culmination of over thirty years’ lesbian feminist activism and fifteen years’ research focused on violence – specifically torture – against lesbians in a global context.

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Sandra D’Urso Interviews Fiona Hile

To read Hile’s poetry is to encounter what it means to be a desiring subject in a contemporary world. Her use of vernacular recalls and transforms the details of everyday life, while gesturing toward the grand themes of a European philosophical tradition.

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Owen Bullock Reviews Alan Loney

The publication of these notebooks completes the series that begins with Sidetracks – Notebooks 1976-1991 (Auckland University Press, 1998) and ends with Crankhandle – Notebooks November 2010-June 2012 (Cordite Books, 2015), the latter winning the Victoria Premier’s Literary Award for Poetry 2016.

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