Tim Sinclair

Presence: A Chapbook Curated by Graham Nunn

When I was invited by Cordite to curate this chapbook, my mind filled with one word … presence.

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Kanashibari / 金縛り

Literally: bound in metal There’s a Japanese word for it. English needs one—the closest we get is sleep paralysis. It doesn’t do it justice. The crushing weight of a demon on your chest, immovable fingers clamping your throat, your mind …

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#gibberese  #gibberese ‘#gibberese’ is a dialogue across oceans. It’s a dialogue of land, fauna (especially birds), and writers who have mostly never met one another. As a component of a rawlings’ 2012 Arts Queensland Poetry Residency and subsequent legacy item Gibber, …

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Ali Alizadeh Reviews Ian McBryde and Tim Sinclair

Two recent Australian poetry titles – one from a 'cult' adult (and at times 'adults only') poet, another from a newcomer writing for 'young adults'; the former published by a new small press and the latter by one of the world's most recognisable publishing empires; the former experimental and minimalist and the latter conventional and extensive; and so on – offer formally different yet discursively complimentary views of the state of the poetic word.

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Sunday Bloody Sunday

Find out about Tim Sinclair at www.timsinclair.org.

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