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Issue Details: First known date: 2022... 2022 Labours of Disruption : Two Bold Poetry Collections
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'One of the many life-challenging things that poetry can do is to prise open unexpected spaces and take us somewhere entirely unanticipated, whether it be in terms of how we live, how we understand the world, or how we link the fabric of textual utterance with that of our lived experience. These two new poetry collections set about this labour of disruption in very different ways, demonstrating some of the pathways available between poet and reader.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Australian Book Review no. 446 September 2022 25077888 2022 periodical issue

    'Welcome to the September issue of ABR. This month we look outwards, with articles on international politics and international relations. Our cover features include two compelling articles on Afghanistan by Kieran Pender and Kevin Foster, while James Curran examines Australia’s complicated relations with China. Elsewhere in the issue, Sheila Fitzpatrick reviews a new biography of Vladimir Putin and Luke Stegemann reviews two other books on Russia, including Fitzpatrick’s latest history of the Soviet Union. Alison Broinowski examines a new book by former foreign minister Gareth Evans. Also in the issue are reviews of new fiction from Sophie Cunningham, Siang Lu and Paul Daley along with Michael Hofmann’s appraisal of Elizabeth Hardwick’s uncollected essays. Other highlights include Tara McEvoy on Seamus Heaney in Australia and Michael Garbutt on Paris’s Museum of Mankind.' (Publication summary)

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