multiculturalism



Angela Costi reviews Poetry Without Borders

Poetry Without Borders edited by Michelle Cahill Picaro Press, 2008 There is a deep sigh of relief when we come across Poetry Without Borders, an anthology willing to cross unknown terrain to bring us the voices of poets rarely heard. …

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Deb Matthews-Zott Reviews Peter Skrzynecki

Old/New World: New & Selected Poems by Peter Skrzynecki University of Queensland Press, 2007 Peter Skrzynecki is renowned for his poetic rendering of migrant experience, over three decades, and was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia 'for his …

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Ali Alizadeh Reviews Dimitris Tsaloumas

Helen of Troy and Other Poems by Dimitris Tsaloumas University of Queensland Press, 2007 In a recent article titled 'Only Pinter remains to question authority', English literary theorist and thinker Terry Eagleton bemoans the decline of politically-engaged writing in English. …

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