Catherine Noske

Catherine Noske is editor of Westerly Magazine at the University of Western Australia. Her first manuscript was recently shortlisted for the Dorothy Hewett Award.

Catherine Noske Reviews Alison Croggon

Alison Croggon has worked across many forms in her career, and connections to several are represented in these pages – the nine-part poem ‘Specula’, for example, comes from a larger work of the same title which also involves an essay and a radio play.

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Interior Spaces: Reading Landscape through Jill Jones

There is a photograph I have returned to several times. It was taken during the drive from Melbourne to Perth, at the petrol station which marks the town of Nullarbor, while Lucas was filling our tank.

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