Sary Zananiri

NO THEME XI Editorial: Eloise Grills and Emily Stewart

Artwork:
17 Works by Sary Zananiri

Essays:
On Kinds of Aunts, Dorothy Porter’s Barbaroi and the Head of a Gorgon by Micaela Sahhar
Portrait, Lyric, Code: Reading the Face Before and After Laura Riding Jackson’s Body’s Head by Tyne Daile

Interviews:
‘We’re masters at taking the way we speak and communicate’: L-FRESH The LION in Conversation with Simone Amelia Jordan
‘Thinking is not a problem’: Alice Allan Interviews Antonia Pont

Translations:
2 Nhã Thuyên Translations by Kaitlin Rees
6 Aya Mansour Translations by Haider Catan and Tim Heffernan

Chapbooks:
YEARN MALLEY by Ursula Robinson-Shaw

And 60 new poems selected by Eloise Grills and Emily Stewart:
MANGOES AHEAD
by Zhi Cham
wake up ingrid bergman
by Monique Lyle
Still Life
by Hannah Brooks-Motl
Crossings
by Sarah Penwarden
EB
by K Patrick
Brown Rivers
by Norman Erikson Pasaribu
Yamaji Kin Songline
by Charmaine Papertalk Green
recline
by David Stavanger
Not a salad
by Sophie van Waardenberg
Fidget Spinster
by Alex Creece
Raw Lemons
by David Wesley Burchall
Tongue In Our Mouths
by Emmanuel Lacadin
Arrival!
by Adam Ford
trinny and susannah
by Brodie Fraser
Hard of Understanding
by Duck Taylor
i’ll <3 u when ur gone
by Jenny Hedley
See ya later
by Olive Owens
Beets
by Elaine MK Helou
strange FM
by Christopher Andrews
Two Shadows
by Christian Ryan Ram Malli
Between Victoria and Valparaíso
by Elena Betros López
Soloist intimations
by Cameron Lowe
2 virgoes 1 zoom
by Alice Bellette
Summer Taper
by Svetlana Sterlin
Windows
by Louise Carter
Alina
by Jo Langdon
Bull Terrier
by Sam Morley
The Feed
by Jake Goetz
Negotiating with Ray White
by Nicola Andrews
Flame Trees is on the radio
by Stephanie Powell
Lawnside Snake Hermeneutics
by E. Jesse Capobianco
Notes on the After
by Derek Chan
Acts of kindness
by Piet Nieuwland
Dodge the Dodo
by James Lucas
HORMINES
by Madeleine Stack
Cloud glory
by Leni Shilton
On the Rise
by Anders Villani
Time Loop
by Greer Clemens
double distance
by Ella O'Keefe
Oranges
by Gabriel Curtin
glass poem
by Bonnie Reid
Terniator 2
by Caroline Wylds
W.o.W
by Sophia Walsh
Shlissel Challah
by Anna Jacobson
Chameleon
by Sarah Stivens
What even are we?
by J. Marahuyo
Chicken Bones
by Maria Vouis
Flight
by Carlo Caponecchia
the strangler fig
by Tanya Thaweeskulchai
 
 

CORDITE POETRY REVIEW
ISSUE 105: NO THEME 11

Released: 1 June 2022


ESSAYS


Portrait, Lyric, Code: Reading the Face Before and After Laura Riding Jackson’s Body’s Head

Wednesday, June 1st, 2022

A young woman sits partially side-on. Her right hand is wrapped lightly around her left wrist.
She wears no necklace, no rings. She sits against a blue sky.

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REVIEWS

Rory Green Reviews Theory of Colours by Bella Li

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022

Bella Li’s hybrid poetics of text and image are instantly recognisable. Her third collection Theory of Colours follows on structurally and stylistically from her well-received earlier works: Argosy (2017, Vagabond Books) and Lost Lake (2018, Vagabond Books). Here, as with her previous collections, alchemical concoctions of form and genre blend source materials into sequences with a commitment to the surreal and uncanny.

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INTERVIEWS

‘Thinking is not a problem’: Alice Allan Interviews Antonia Pont

Wednesday, June 1st, 2022

Antonia Pont’s debut collection of poetry, You Will Not Know in Advance What You’ll Feel came out with the Rabbit Poets Series at the end of 2019.

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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

and
James Jiang on as Literature Essays Editor

Thursday, August 4th, 2022

I’m honoured to announce that James Jiang will be taking up the helm of Literature Essays Editor for Cordite Poetry Review. His care, craft and academic nous is peerless. James Jiang is a writer, editor, and recovering academic based in …

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