Emily Finlay



Justin Clemens Reviews Poetry and the Trace

Poetry and the TraceSometimes irritating, often informative, occasionally incisive and sporadically genuinely interrogatory, the thoughtfulness evinced by (many of) the writings collected in Poetry and the Trace triggers further chains of association and dissociation. This is a genuinely critical collection in various senses of that word: at once analytic, hortatory, and urgent.

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Ethics in the Kitchen

Emily Finlay is in her final year of a Bachelor of Creative Writing at the University of Wollongong, NSW. She hopes to one day complete a PHD in the study of literature. She loves poetry: sometimes reading it more than writing it. The ideal would be to combine both.

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Grass

Emily Finlay is in her final year of a Bachelor of Creative Writing at the University of Wollongong, NSW. She hopes to one day complete a PHD in the study of literature. She loves poetry: sometimes reading it more than writing it. The ideal would be to combine both.

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