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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Joan Fleming Reviews Fiona Hile and Luke Beesley
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'Two very recent books by two mid-career Melbourne poets offer distinct intellectual gymnasiums in which to lift and push and run and sweat. I may not have been able to master these books, but they knocked the breath out of me.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Cordite Poetry Review Transqueer no. 88 1 November 2018 15155897 2018 periodical issue

    'When we put out the call for TRANSQUEER we asked poets ‘to explore trans identities not as positions to defend but as modes of becoming and thus ways of being human’ (Joy Ladin, Trans Studies Quarterly, 2016: 640) and ‘to believe that the world is QUEER, or that oneself is, or both, [and that this] is a window of doubt through which all creative possibility comes into being’ (Mark Doty, The Art of Description: World into Word).'  (Stuart Barnes and Quinn Eades : Introduction)

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