Robert Wood

Robert Wood grew up in Western Australia. He has interned for Overland, worked for Australian Poetry, edited for Peril and Cordite Poetry Review, been a columnist for Cultural Weekly and is on the faculty of The School of Life. He is the author of History & The Poet and Concerning A Farm.

Review Short: Ian Gibbins’s and Judy Morris’s Floribunda

How far we are from the radical days of realism. Prior to Adorno’s dismantling of Lukacs and the Stalinist led state institutionalistation of it, realism may have laid claim to being an innovative aesthetic with agreeably progressive political inclinations.

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Robert Wood Reviews Duncan Hose, Jean Kent and Alyson Miller

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