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Date: 2014-2016
Date: 2004-2013
Note: 2017-
Issue Details: First known date: 2004-... 2004-
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AbstractHistoryArchive Description

"Foam:e has grown out of the poetryespresso email discussion group, established in 2001 as an open forum for poets to discuss poetry and poetics (amongst other topics) with their peers in a friendly and supportive, that is to say "creative", environment. It is styled on the early coffee houses of The Enlightenment that provided a space for creative thinkers and encouraged the open discussion of ideas." (Editorial for first issue.)

Contains poetry by both Australian and international writers.

Foam:e is available at www.foame.org and is archived in PANDORA.

Notes

  • RANGE: Vol.1, no. 1, 2004-
  • FREQUENCY: 1 issue per annum
  • Epigraph:

    to open or enter upon

    to set oneself

    to be at the point

    to do the first or starting part

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

‘Not Thinking About the Circus, at the Circus’ by Angela Gardner Zalehah Turner , 2016 single work interview
— Appears in: Rochford Street Review , July-September no. 19 2016;
Online Poetry Journals Ali Alizadeh , 2012 single work review
— Appears in: Overland [Online] , August 2012;

— Review of Mascara Literary Review 2007 periodical (19 issues); Foam:e 2004- periodical (13 issues)
Australian Literary Journals : Virtual and Social Benjamin Laird , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , December vol. 36 no. 2011;
'Twenty years ago, if you published a quarterly literary journal, you could be certain what that meant: four issues a year. In 2003, when Anna Hedigan wrote her overview of journals and their web presence not much had changed. The publishers' attitude to the online space was that it was essentially a placeholder for the print journal.

Genevieve Tucker's review four years later suggested many of the journals were becoming more sophisticated, with more content online and greater interest in design. Relevant to the 2007 review, RMIT publishing announced in September that it had partnered to "produce a comprehensive digital archive of Australia's most iconic literary and cultural journals". This initiative will provide full archives for a number of Australian literary journals.' (Author's introduction)
Online Poetry Journals Ali Alizadeh , 2012 single work review
— Appears in: Overland [Online] , August 2012;

— Review of Mascara Literary Review 2007 periodical (19 issues); Foam:e 2004- periodical (13 issues)
Australian Literary Journals : Virtual and Social Benjamin Laird , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , December vol. 36 no. 2011;
'Twenty years ago, if you published a quarterly literary journal, you could be certain what that meant: four issues a year. In 2003, when Anna Hedigan wrote her overview of journals and their web presence not much had changed. The publishers' attitude to the online space was that it was essentially a placeholder for the print journal.

Genevieve Tucker's review four years later suggested many of the journals were becoming more sophisticated, with more content online and greater interest in design. Relevant to the 2007 review, RMIT publishing announced in September that it had partnered to "produce a comprehensive digital archive of Australia's most iconic literary and cultural journals". This initiative will provide full archives for a number of Australian literary journals.' (Author's introduction)
‘Not Thinking About the Circus, at the Circus’ by Angela Gardner Zalehah Turner , 2016 single work interview
— Appears in: Rochford Street Review , July-September no. 19 2016;

PeriodicalNewspaper Details

ISSN: 1449-6445
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