Prithvi Varatharajan Interviews Maria Takolander
Takolander, Maria. Narcissism. Geelong: Whitmore, 2005. Print.
– . ‘Narcissism: Reflections.’ Double Dialogues: in/stead 1. Double Dialogues, 2006. Web. 12 Jan 2015.
– . Catch¬ing But¬ter¬flies: Bring¬ing Mag¬i¬cal Real¬ism to Ground. Bern: Peter Lang, 2007. Print.
– . ‘Alien Signals: Poems After Stanley Kubrick.’ Ghostly Sub¬jects. Cam¬bridge: Salt, 2009. 49-55. Print.
– . ‘Seed.’ Ghostly Sub¬jects. Cam¬bridge: Salt, 2009. 28-29. Print.
– .’47 Degrees.’ The End of the World. Sydney: Giramondo, 2014. 7. Print.
– . ‘Anaesthetic.’ The End of the World. Sydney: Giramondo, 2014. 28-30. Print.
– . ‘Convicts.’ The End of the World. Sydney: Giramondo, 2014. 41. Print.
– . ‘Night Feed.’ The End of the World. Sydney: Giramondo, 2014: 8. Print.
– . ‘Winter War.’ The End of the World. Sydney: Giramondo, 2014. 27. Print.
– . ‘Why Nuns Are Holy.’ The End of the World. Sydney: Giramondo, 2014. 68-69. Print.
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is a writer, literary audio producer, and commissioning editor at Cordite Poetry Review. He has produced radio and podcasts for Red Room Company and ABC Radio National’s Earshot, Poetica, Lingua Franca, Weekend Arts, and First Person. His writing – poems, reviews, interviews, scholarship – has appeared widely in Australian and overseas journals, and he has a book of poetry and poetic prose, called Entries, forthcoming with Cordite Books in 2019. He holds a PhD from the University of Queensland on ABC RN’s Poetica.
is the author of three books of poems, The End of the World
(Giramondo, 2014), Ghostly Subjects
(Salt, 2009) and Narcissism
(Whitmore Press, 2005). A fourth collection, Trigger Warning
, is in press with UQP. Her poems have been widely anthologised and translated, and she has performed her poems on ABC TV and radio, and at national and international festivals. Maria is also a prize-winning fiction writer and the author of a book of short stories, The Double
(Text 2013). She is an Associate Professor in Writing and Literature at Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.