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In becoming kin, we journey unbound across homelands, histories and generations. This issue will explore how kinship, our understandings of who we are and where we come from, engages with dynamic senses of Country and belonging to Country.
How does Country hold knowledge, stories and memories of how we are interconnected?
How do we become kindred to Countries and cultures?
How do diverse and complex understandings of kinship intersect?
We are seeking writing which reflects on our instinctive longing for home, family, kin and a sense of belonging in an ever-changing world.
Submission to Cordite 103: KIN closes 11.59pm Melbourne time Sunday, 14 November 2021.
- The guest editor(s) has sovereign selection choice for all poems submitted.
- Masthead editors will also contribute to the issue.
- We will only read submissions sent during our official submission periods.
- Please place up to three (3) poems in one (1) Word, RTF or PDF document (unless specifically noted otherwise for special issues), with no identifying details in the document itself.
- We are not able to offer feedback on individual poems.
- Submissions will only be accepted via Submittable …