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Julia Clark

Julia Clark is a PhD student, poet, and reviewer based in Sydney, living on Ku-ring-gai and Darug land and working on Gadigal land. Her criticism and non-fiction have appeared in Archer, Rabbit, and Audrey Journal while her poetry has appeared in Scum and ARNA. If she’s not reading or writing, she’s at the theatre.

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Poetry Against Neoliberal Capitalism in Ali Alizadeh and Melinda Bufton

Poetry has a long history of disruption, resistance, and revolution, overlapping the concerns of politics with literature and the boundaries of language.

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Julia Clark Reviews Alice Allan’s The Empty Show

Alice Allan’s debut collection opens with the declaration, ‘A sonnet is always a love poem.’ Absolute statements like this tend to attract consideration of their opposites, gesturing to their qualities and equally calling to mind all that they are not: always/never, empty/full, lost/found or wrong/right.

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