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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Dan Disney and Kit Kelen, Eds. Writing to the Wire
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  • Epigraph:

    Butterflies do not come to this place. There is nothing good to smell here. The roses have a smell. The flower of the rose in my eyes has become the politician. Like the politician, the roses are sitting on our tombstones. —K, “Untitled (I went to a Cemetery)”

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    y separately published work icon Southerly The Long Apprenticeship vol. 77 no. 2 2017 12910210 2017 periodical issue

     'This issue of Southerly captures a snapshot of Australian writing today. Stories from writers just starting out on their long apprenticeship are placed side-by-side work from Australia’s finest essayists, writers and poets. This rich and expansive issue asks what it means to write in a contemporary Australia fraught with inequality, divisiveness, and the unrelenting exploitation of country. In a special collaboration with Sydney Story Factory, which runs workshops for young and marginalised writers, this issue of Southerly includes short stories that demonstrate the vibrancy and the vision of Australia’s up-and-coming writers. Including essays from Caroline Lefevre and John Kinsella, poetry from Kevin Hart, and much, much more, ‘The Long Apprenticeship’, is an issue comprising, as ever, the best in Australian writing.' (Editorial)

     

    2017
    pg. 252-258
Last amended 20 Feb 2018 11:19:22
252-258 Dan Disney and Kit Kelen, Eds. Writing to the Wiresmall AustLit logo Southerly
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