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Carrying Water in an Earthen Vessel single work   poetry   "I carry water in an earthen vessel. The jug is made from earth beneath the palash. I follow the birth of fire"
Issue Details: First known date: 2023... 2023 Carrying Water in an Earthen Vessel
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    y separately published work icon Cordite Poetry Review No Theme 12 no. 109 2023 26300951 2023 periodical issue poetry

    'We have had the honour of editing this issue as two poets with collections published and forthcoming with Fremantle Press, and invited by Cordite in the spirit of ‘shining a light’ on the thriving and amorphous field and bush that might be called ‘Western Australian poetry’. By virtue of the no-theme nature of the issue and the blind model of submission, the ‘WA-ness’ comes from where we were both editing on beautiful, unceded and sovereign Whadjuk Noongar boodja, and our attunement to poems referencing places utterly west such as Geraldton and Perth, of which there were many. We wish here to acknowledge the collective indebtedness of Western Australian poets to contemporary First Nations poets, whose wordcrafts and poetic knowledges profoundly shape the landscape in which we and various poets in this edition write.' (Nadia Rhook and Caitlin Maling : Editorial introduction)

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