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Launch of 72.3 Islands and Archipelagos!

Southerly is launching its new issue, 72.3 Islands and Archipelagos. There will be readings from the writers, wine, nibbles, and fabulous good feeling. The details are below: When: Tuesday May 28th, 6 for 6:30pm Where: Common Room, John Woolley Building, University of Sydney (map here: http://sydney.edu.au/maps/campuses/?area=CAMDAR ) We deeply regret that this venue can only be accessed via stairs. RSVP: admin@southerlylitmag.com.au/ …or just turn up. See you there!

Modern Mobilities: Australian-Transnational Writing

CONTENTS EDITORIAL POETRY Ross Donlon, Trawling in the Arctic Shu Cai, Absurdity (tr. by Ouyang Yu) A. S. Patric, Peking A. Frances Johnson, Geography lessons: Victor Louey’s world tour Victor Daley, When London Calls John Carey, we are not alone Danielle Shelley Carr, This Swirling Saffron Mystery Geoff Page, The Projectionist Michelle Cahill, The Siege Kate Lilley, 1-800-DENIED π.O., E. W. Cole 1832–1918         Harmonica SHORT FICTION Jessica White, The Country of Boats Pavle Radonic, Rise and Shine Hayley Katzen, Postcards ESSAYS AND MEMOIRS Bill Ashcroft, Australian Transnation Kit Kelen, A Transnational Apprenticeship for Poets: Some Notes…

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India India

From useful surveys of Indian-Australian literary relations to a challenging appraisal of the coverage of recent attacks on Indian students in Australia; from a resurrection of the Indian Mollie Skinner to a ground-breaking comparison of life writings by Aboriginal and Dalit/Untouchable women, plus a haunting and absorbing array of stories and poems from some of the most exciting contemporary Indian and Australian writers, India India not only presents a veritable feast from the subcontinent, but reflects just how deeply our cultures, literary and otherwise, are intertwined. An, as ever, there is a selection of the best new Australian writing, whatever its subject.…

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