Tag: Ann Vickery

The Political Imagination

At the core of this issue of Southerly – its first section – is a collection of essays originating in papers delivered at The Political Imagination: Contemporary Diasporic and Postcolonial Poetries, a conference held at the City Campus of Deakin University on 12th and 13th April 2012. This collection has been edited for us by Ann Vickery and Ali Alizadeh, of Deakin and Monash Universities respectively, and is presented to our readers in the clear sense that it reflects a significant development in literary criticism, poetics, and literary theory. In the rest of the issue we present, with thanks to…

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Long Paddock for Southerly 72.2: True Crime

Southerly 72.2 is available to purchase here. This link will take you to our old GumRoad storefront (an external site). Remaining issues will be moved to our own site, here, soon. POETRY Justin Clemens, the welt is fort island must blackberry you Geraldine Burrowes, evening things up Michael Farrell, A Writer’s Life Claire Gaskin, Macbeth* Adam Aitken, Ezra Pound in Mareuil Tim Grey, Untitled Ann Vickery, An Eye For an Eye ESSAYS Ross Gibson, Collision Course* Kristen Davis, Postcards from the ‘Bondi Badlands’: Meditations on the scene of the crime REVIEWS Kate Middleton on Lines for Birds: Poems and Paintings…

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