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A Map of Mothers single work   poetry   "I hold my mother in my mouth"
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 A Map of Mothers
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Rabbit Belonging no. 26 2018 15364336 2018 periodical issue

    'Not knowing how to start this editorial, I lazily google ‘belong’. A grossly simplified e-dictionary pops up to tell me that ‘belong’ comes from Middle English: ‘be-’ + an archaic form of ‘long’. But rather than investigate longen like the diligent researcher I should be, I am temporarily sidetracked; I think intensely about ‘being long’, consider stretching out on the ground, pointing my toes, elongating my spine, straightening my fingers. I think about being the longest me I can be.' (Jessica Wilkinson Editorial introduction)

    pg. 30-31
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Djinn Hunters Nadia Niaz , Melbourne : Rabbit Poetry Journal , 2023 26861325 2023 selected work poetry

    'Nadia Niaz dances worlds into being. Hers is a rich and heady
    poetry, unafraid to play with form, spun for us across contrasting worlds, languages, time, customs. It’s a poetry to savour, gasp and marvel at for its spirit of sustained and generous observation.’

    —Kevin Brophy' (Publication summary)

    Melbourne : Rabbit Poetry Journal , 2023
    pg. 1
Last amended 14 Dec 2018 06:31:54