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Is part of Recent Suburbanism : Some Recent Reviews of Australian Poetry Books Robert Wood , 2018 series - author review (number 3 in series)
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 From Wembley : Maxine Beneba Clarke’s Carrying the World
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'In Poetics for ‘Australia’, I have been writing back to poetry and the nation. ‘Australia’ is a place I care about but am not convinced by, a place I want to see as a world of possibility. Although I seem to live ‘in’ it, I think of myself as living in my body most of all, even though, at present, I live on Noongar land and know that I was born and raised in Wembley, which informs part of my locatedness in a way that Bunyah informs Les Murray or Fitzroy informs Pi O.'  (Introduction)

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Last amended 27 Jun 2018 10:40:26 From Wembley : Maxine Beneba Clarke’s Carrying the Worldsmall AustLit logo Journal of Poetics Research
  • Wembley, Inner Perth, Perth, Western Australia,
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