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Simeon Kronenberg

Simeon Kronenberg

About Simeon Kronenberg

Simeon Kronenberg has published poetry in Meanjin, Southerly, Australian Poetry Journal, Contrappasso and Cordite Poetry Review, and in the anthologies, Australian Love Poems, 2013 and the Australian Poetry Members Anthology. He was the winner of the inaugural Second Bite Poetry Prize (2014) and has been short-listed for the Newcastle Poetry Prize (2015). He recently completed a post-graduate research project at the University of Sydney into contemporary gay love poetry and has also published widely on the visual arts.

Rilke, Cavafy, Hölderlin: Simeon Kronenberg Interviews Luke Fischer

Luke Fischer has been writing poetry since a relatively early age and has combined this deep engagement with ongoing academic studies in philosophy, along with an interest in music. His first collection of poetry Paths of Flight (Black Pepper, 2013) has been widely regarded as an outstanding debut and was commended in the FAW Anne Elder Award. In 2013, with his wife Dalia Nassar, Luke initiated the highly esteemed Poetry and Music Salon in North Bondi. The private salons have also led to public iterations, including: ‘Poetry and Music Salon: Do Poets Tell the Truth?’ at the 2014 Sydney Writers’ Festival and ‘Poetry and Music Salon: Poetry vs Prose’ at the 2015 Sydney Writers’ Festival.

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My Caesar

He noticed me in the line up and winked, smiling. Then he moved on to greet the rest of the men. But when we returned to our fires, his equerry came, panting: “Come son, he wants to meet you, come …

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Love in Contemporary American Gay Male Poetry in the Works of Richard Siken, Eduardo C Corral and Jericho Brown

Gay poets, in the main, are determined to claim difference by questioning orthodoxies that corral issues about sexuality and love − and the functioning of these constructs within an urban, heterosexist reality − issues always pertinent to gay male writers because it is they who must bear the burden of political self-consciousness in a heterosexist world.

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(mis)remembering Marnie

Scene: a painted port, red sky, shrill, hysterical, a twisted universe on a sloping street and at the end – in the distance – skewed perspective and crudely painted ships, their imaging a child’s. I remember it as odd, dislocated, …

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Feature Poem with Judith Beveridge: Kalutara

For many poets, place is an enormous point of inspiration. These places may not necessarily be places where the poet physically resides or has resided in, but they may be the imaginative or spiritual places where the poet is most …

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