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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Border Crossing
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'Caitlin Maling’s second volume Border Crossing continues to showcase the development of an exciting new voice in Australian poetry.

'Now Maling’s poems shift from the first volume’s gritty treatment of childhood and adolescence growing up in WA, to a consideration of what it is to be an Australian in America, where the conflicting voices and identities of home and abroad jostle against and seek their definitions from each other. In this volume, as in the first, her emphasis on place – geography and environment – is as strong as ever.' (Publication summary)

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    • Fremantle, Fremantle area, South West Perth, Perth, Western Australia,: Fremantle Press , 2017 .
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      Extent: 108p.
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      • Publication date: 30th January 2017
      ISBN: 9781925164398 (e-book), 9781925164367

Works about this Work

The Avant Garde in ‘Australia’ : After Eddie Paterson, Philip Mead and Caitlin Maling Robert Wood , 2018 single work essay
— Appears in: Journal of Poetics Research , March no. 8 2018;

'A.J. Carruthers has been admirably busy — academic monograph, blog posts for Southerly, a new index of experimental poets on Jacket2, job in Shanghai, daily Tweets. And there is a lot in his project of promoting ‘the Australian avant-garde’ to be sympathetic towards, particularly as a project after his Stave Sightings. But can we make a distinction between his formulation of ‘the Australian avant-garde’ (or its variations such as ‘neo’ and ‘experimental’) and ‘the avant-garde in ‘Australia’’? And how might that matter for suburbanism?'  (Introduction)

Review of Border Crossing Nandi Chinna , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: Westerly , vol. 62 no. 1 2017; (p. 244-246)

'Caitlin Maling's second poetry collection Border Crossing (2017) departs from the home terrain of childhood and growing up in Western Australia that Maling so searingly interrogated on her first book Conversations I've Never Had (Fremantle Press 2015), shortlisted for the Western Australian Premier's Book Awards, Judith Wright Poetry Prize, and the Dame Mary Gilmore Prize. As the name suggests, Border Crossing moves away from Perth where the author grew up and turns its gaze to the self in exile...' (Introduction)

March in Poetry Alison Whittaker , 2017 single work column
— Appears in: Overland [Online] , March 2017;
Poetry Prescriptions 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: Good Reading , February 2017; (p. 18-19)
Poetry Prescriptions 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: Good Reading , February 2017; (p. 18-19)
March in Poetry Alison Whittaker , 2017 single work column
— Appears in: Overland [Online] , March 2017;
Review of Border Crossing Nandi Chinna , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: Westerly , vol. 62 no. 1 2017; (p. 244-246)

'Caitlin Maling's second poetry collection Border Crossing (2017) departs from the home terrain of childhood and growing up in Western Australia that Maling so searingly interrogated on her first book Conversations I've Never Had (Fremantle Press 2015), shortlisted for the Western Australian Premier's Book Awards, Judith Wright Poetry Prize, and the Dame Mary Gilmore Prize. As the name suggests, Border Crossing moves away from Perth where the author grew up and turns its gaze to the self in exile...' (Introduction)

The Avant Garde in ‘Australia’ : After Eddie Paterson, Philip Mead and Caitlin Maling Robert Wood , 2018 single work essay
— Appears in: Journal of Poetics Research , March no. 8 2018;

'A.J. Carruthers has been admirably busy — academic monograph, blog posts for Southerly, a new index of experimental poets on Jacket2, job in Shanghai, daily Tweets. And there is a lot in his project of promoting ‘the Australian avant-garde’ to be sympathetic towards, particularly as a project after his Stave Sightings. But can we make a distinction between his formulation of ‘the Australian avant-garde’ (or its variations such as ‘neo’ and ‘experimental’) and ‘the avant-garde in ‘Australia’’? And how might that matter for suburbanism?'  (Introduction)

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