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Judy Annear

Judy Annear is a writer living in Victoria, Australia. In 2019 she published a small book of experimental texts, THE Ls. She is adjunct at the University of NSW A&D faculty 2017 to present. Her work has been published in Cordite Poetry Review, Plumwood Mountain Journal, Plainsimple, and Australian Poetry Journal.

http://judyannear.com/writing/

When Words Have No Equals: A Response to Lisa Robertson’s Thresholds: A Prosody of Citizenship

How far, then, is it possible to move beyond the confines of official languages, to find one’s voice? Is it possible to begin again, to reinvent oneself, and therefore change interactions with others, through language? Lisa Robertson certainly thinks so.

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I thought to write about the ocean I had been thinking of places of aloneness enclosed places come and go as I please write about the ocean address what she said −sovereignty of mind capacious darkness flat light liquid of …

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long cold light straight into eyes— stand and face bright blue the star keeps us here without it we are nothing winter sun is so remote as we spin through darkness there are things I have never thought seen, heard …

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