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Issue Details: First known date: 2021... 2021 No Time Limits : Three New Poetry Collections
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'Good poetry uncovers the secret in the manifest, and the manifest in the secret. Three new collections throw this paradox into vibrant, unsettling relief. Each book deserves a broad readership. Each beats back the lethargic thinking that has invaded society under the cover of the pandemic.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Australian Book Review no. 437 November 2021 23362876 2021 periodical issue

    'With its feast of commentary and criticism, the November issue of ABR exemplifies the ‘art of more’. Judith Brett peers beneath the prime ministerial veneer with three of the nation’s top journalists, while Helen Ennis’s essay ‘Max Dupain’s dilemmas’, commended in this year’s Calibre Essay Prize, plumbs the depths of the great Australian photographer’s self-doubt. Stephen Bennetts contextualises Paul Cleary’s blow-by-blow account of the Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation’s native title victory over Australia’s third-largest mining company. Further afield, ABR continues its coverage of the Middle East with Samuel Watts’s essay diagnosing the tensions between American domestic and foreign policy and Kevin Foster’s review of Mark Willacy’s exposé on Australian Special Forces in Afghanistan. The issue features reviews of new fiction by Christos Tsiolkas, Emily Bitto, Alison Bechdel, and Violet Kupersmith, work by some of Australia’s most exciting young poets – not to mention the latest by Delia Falconer, Yves Rees, Adam Tooze, and much, much more!' (Publication summary)


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