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1 Mirror i "I recognised my father—", Simeon Kronenberg , 2020 single work poetry
— Appears in: Meanjin , Spring vol. 79 no. 3 2020;
1 Aunt i "An upturned grey mouth", Simeon Kronenberg , 2019 single work poetry
— Appears in: Mascara Literary Review , December no. 24 2019;
1 Window 1951 i "I stood barefoot", Simeon Kronenberg , 2019 single work poetry
— Appears in: Mascara Literary Review , December no. 24 2019;
1 Hill i "I remember him", Simeon Kronenberg , 2019 single work poetry
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , May no. 91 2019;
1 Eclipse i "I remember", Simeon Kronenberg , 2019 single work poetry
— Appears in: Meanjin , Autumn vol. 78 no. 1 2019; (p. 20)
1 Review Short : Ken Bolton’s Species of Spaces Simeon Kronenberg , 2019 single work review
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , 1 February no. 89 2019;

'Ken Bolton’s thinking is never too relaxed, but moves restlessly and anxiously, across people, cultural references and disparate locations even as he writes, or so it appears. And the resultant poems also seem to be unfiltered by any desire on the poet’s part to be ‘poetic’. But perhaps this is illusory. The poems are, after all, carefully considered and crafted, occupying the page determinedly even though the poet writes as if the events and thoughts he references are taking place in an ongoing, urgent present, via a stream of consciousness, and that the last thing on his mind is making ‘poetry’. Indeed, Bolton records something that looks like immediate, unfiltered thought and his compelling purpose is to register rather than editorialise.' (Introduction)

1 Rain i "I love the rain as it clatters", Simeon Kronenberg , 2018 single work poetry
— Appears in: Long Paddock , vol. 78 no. 1 2018;
1 Unaccompanied i "Reading The Unaccompanied, Simon Armitage", Simeon Kronenberg , 2018 single work poetry
— Appears in: Long Paddock , vol. 78 no. 1 2018;
1 Ash i "My father managed", Simeon Kronenberg , 2018 single work poetry
— Appears in: Meanjin , Spring vol. 77 no. 3 2018; (p. 166)
1 1 y separately published work icon Distance Simeon Kronenberg , World Square : Pitt Street Poetry , 2018 14098553 2018 selected work poetry
1 Still a Long Way from Home Simeon Kronenberg , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: Southerly , vol. 76 no. 3 2017; (p. 232-238)
1 No Poem for Weeks Now i "Nothing for weeks, no urgent need,", Simeon Kronenberg , 2017 single work poetry
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , 1 May vol. 80 no. 2017; Southerly , vol. 78 no. 1 2018; (p. 136)
1 Simeon Kronenberg and Luke Fischer Rilke, Cavafy, Hölderlin : Simeon Kronenberg Interviews Luke Fischer Simeon Kronenberg , 2016 single work interview
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , 1 August no. 55.0 2016;

'Luke Fischer has been writing poetry since a relatively early age and has combined this deep engagement with ongoing academic studies in philosophy, along with an interest in music. His first collection of poetry Paths of Flight (Black Pepper, 2013) has been widely regarded as an outstanding debut and was commended in the FAW Anne Elder Award. In 2013, with his wife Dalia Nassar, Luke initiated the highly esteemed Poetry and Music Salon in North Bondi. The private salons have also led to public iterations, including: ‘Poetry and Music Salon: Do Poets Tell the Truth?’ at the 2014 Sydney Writers’ Festival and ‘Poetry and Music Salon: Poetry vs Prose’ at the 2015 Sydney Writers’ Festival.

'The following interview mostly took place between June and October 2015, mainly via email. Luke was traveling in Europe during much of this period.' (Interviewer's introduction)

1 Conversation/Collaboration Luke Fischer , Anthony Lawrence , Simeon Kronenberg , 2016 single work interview
— Appears in: Axon : Creative Explorations , vol. 6 no. 1 2016;
'Collaboration has a long history in the arts, especially in music. In poetry, Wordsworth and Coleridge produced the 'Lyrical Ballads' and Ezra Pound's editorial influence is widely regarded as an indelible (though uncredited) influence on TS Eliot's 'The Wasteland'. While most collaborations in verse involve a dialogue between two poets, this three-way 'Conversation' is intended to introduce and share a number of concerns and ideas that pertain to both composition and editorial practice. Consequently, our combined statements and reflections are intended as a foundation from which to step off into the actual writing process, and to offer potential readers a number of valuable insights into possible methodologies for a collaboration, in three voices.' (Publication abstract)
1 Bringing It All Back Home, 1965 i "Hot black night thru melaleucas-", Simeon Kronenberg , 2016 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Best Australian Poems 2016 2016; (p. 113-114) Meanjin , Autumn vol. 75 no. 1 2016; (p. 84-85)
1 Bermondsey Street i "The ancient stink of the Thames drifts in fog along narrow streets", Simeon Kronenberg , 2016 single work poetry
— Appears in: Meanjin , Autumn vol. 75 no. 1 2016; (p. 15)
1 The Tilted House Simeon Kronenberg , 2016 single work prose
— Appears in: Grieve : Stories and Poems for Grief Awareness Month 2016 2016;
1 1952 Simeon Kronenberg , 2016 single work prose
— Appears in: Grieve : Stories and Poems for Grief Awareness Month 2016 2016;
1 My Caesar i "He noticed me in the line up and winked, smiling.", Simeon Kronenberg , 2015 single work poetry
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , 1 October no. 52.0 2015;
1 (Mis)remembering Marnie i "Scene:", Simeon Kronenberg , 2015 single work poetry
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , no. 50.0 2015;
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