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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 In the Belly of the Trojan Horse
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'When those in the literary scene talk about what may be wrong with modern Australian literature, we start and end at diversity. There's talk about how hard it is to change the space, a recognition of the lack of prominent representative bodies. There is no conversation around access, and who has access to this space. Instead, we suggest it's simply the addition of those bodies that will counter the reasons they weren't able to exist in the literary space to begin with.' (Publication abstract)

 

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    y separately published work icon Going Down Swinging no. 40 2019 20267817 2019 periodical issue 'When Kevin Brophy and Myron Lysenko wrote the first Going Down Swinging editorial, they were battling their own demons. Two punky poets from Melbourne, they were in debt and broken-boned. Still, they spent eighteen months putting #1 together, knowing the gravity of bold writing that prods at norms and tests how we think.' (Magenta Sheridan and Carli Renata, Editorial introduction) 2019 pg. 71-76
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    y separately published work icon Going Down Swinging Online 2020 22895549 2020 periodical issue 2020
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