Southerly 66.1

Health Lines

Is it possible that writing can be a way of recovering health? This issue features articles exploring this fascinating question. As well as presenting important essays on narrative and therapy, Southerly here considers the work of Elizabeth Jolley and Kim Mahood. It also contains works confronting major illness – by Bruce Dawe, Luke Icarus Simon and Andrew Taylor. In addition, the issue contains new fiction by Luke Beesley, Paul Dawson and Christine Stanton, and new poems by Adeeb Kamal Ad-Deen, Peter Kirkpatrick, David McCooey, Nicolette Stasko and Maria Takolander.



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