Stéphane Mallarmé



Shipwrecks in Modern European Painting and Poetry: Radical Mobilisation of the Motif as Political Protest

Shipwreck is also the synecdoche of all that shadows imperial expansion – navigational misadventure, piracy, cyclonic assault – tracking like sharks on the blood trail imperialism’s would-be glamorous advance.

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Aussi / Or: Un Coup de dés and Mistranslation in the Antipodes

‘Shipwrecked on the shoals of contingency’, Australian poetry is haunted by Stéphane Mallarmé’s poem Un Coup de Dés. Its publication in Cosmopolis in Paris in 1897 struck a nerve or, rather, a vessel within Australian poetry bloodlines,

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Submission to The Lifted Brow and Cordite’s 51.1: UMAMI Now Open!

Luke Davies, Paris, 2014, photo by Samuel Pignan. Poetry for The Lifted Brow / Cordite 51.1: UMAMI is guest-edited by Luke Davies. Submission of flash fiction (between 1 and 500 words max) and poetry will be accepted until 11.59pm, 5 …

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