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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... 2020 Stone. Tongue.
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Notes

  • Editor's note: This poem is a collaboration between Eileen Chong and Lisa Gorton. Following the theme ‘Generosities of Spirit’, the two poets responded to each other’s work, however it unfolded, each contributing three couplets in turn across four parts. This was meant as a creative act of trust and responsiveness.

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    y separately published work icon Griffith Review Generosities of Spirit – The Novella Project VIII no. 70 2020 20734227 2020 periodical issue

    'Griffith Review‘s annual showcase of the best of Australian new writing presents stories of inner lives, resilience and potential realised.

    'It features the four winners of our annual novella competition – Rhianna BoyleClaire G ColemanMikele Prestia and Kate Veitch – as well as exciting new work from Thomas MajorKristina OlssonAdam ThompsonLinda Neil and Allanah Hunt. There’s new poetry from a compelling range of vital Australian voices, and the first in an ongoing series of pieces that will feature online over December and January, The Elemental Summer, from award-winning climate scientist Joëlle Gergis.' (Publication summary)

    2020
    pg. 18-20
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