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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... vol. 8 no. 2 May 2016 of Transnational Literature est. 2008 Transnational Literature
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  • Only literary material by Australian authors, or with an Australian theme/setting are individually indexed.


* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Changes in Tone, Setting, and Publisher : Indigenous Literatures of Australia and New Zealand from the 1980s to Today, Per Henningsgaard , 2016 single work criticism
'This article examines four novels written since 1980 by two Aboriginal Australian authors and two Maori authors. Two of the four novels were written near the beginning of this period and feature settings that are contemporary with their publication; The Day of the Dog by Aboriginal Australian author Archie Weller was published in 1981, while Once Were Warriors by Maori author Alan Duff was published in 1990. The other two novels (That Deadman Dance by Aboriginal Australian author Kim Scott and The Trowenna Sea by Maori author Witi Ihimaera) are works of historical fiction written in the last decade.' (Introduction)
Catch Upi"I remember walking through London with you.", J V Birch , 2016 single work poetry
An Extract from the Verse Novel, Sonqoqui, Shari Kocher , 2016 extract novel
Journey to Hydrargyros : A Found Poemi"A shallow trough of quicksilver", Robert Taylor , 2016 single work poetry
Lines Written on the Train between Himeji and Shirahama.i"Feeling nostalgic listening to old Joan Baez on the ipod. The world plays out as a", Rob Walker , 2016 single work poetry
My Mother’s Recipesi"They were wrapped up in string,", Claire Rosslyn Wilson , 2016 single work poetry
The Pyap School, Stephen Orr , 2016 single work short story
'The Pyap School is based on a real incident (which didn't happen in the South Australian Riverland, although Daisy Bates did live for a time camped along the Murray at Pyap). Bates was always a controversial figure in Australian history, but also admired by thousands prior to her death. As she aged, two junior officers were sent to bring her to town to ‘seek help’, as many believed she was becoming unstable. This is an imagined exchange between Bates and two officers sent to fetch her. (Publication abstract)
Sticks & Stones, Kathleen Steele , 2016 single work short story
'Sticks and Stones was inspired in part by the power of words and the passive aggression of silence.' (Publication abstract)
How to Read Shakespeare while Duck-sitting in Outer Suburbia, Emily Sun , 2016 single work short story
'I originally wrote this as a Prologue to a series of three short stories that are part of my dissertation which looks at the cultural capital of reading in contemporary Perth.' (Author's abstract)
Robyn Rowland, Line of Drift (Doire Press, 2015), Catherine Akca , 2016 single work review
— Review of Line of Drift Robyn Rowland 2015 selected work poetry ;
Review : This Intimate War : Gallipoli/Çanakkale 1915, Catherine Akca , 2016 single work review
— Review of This Intimate War : Gallipoli/Çanakkale 1915 Robyn Rowland Mehmet Ali Celikel (translator), 2015 selected work poetry ;
Review : The Intervention : An Anthology, Laura Deane , 2016 single work review
— Review of The Intervention : An Anthology 2015 anthology poetry essay prose ;
Review : Silver Lies, Golden Truths, Raelke Grimmer , 2016 single work review
— Review of Silver Lies, Golden Truths : Broken Hill, a Gentle German and Two World Wars Christine Ellis 2015 single work biography ;
Review : Writing Australian Unsettlement: Modes of Poetic Invention 1796-1945, Molly Murn , 2016 single work
— Review of Writing Australian Unsettlement : Modes of Poetic Invention 1796-1945 Michael Farrell 2015 single work criticism ;
Review : Censorship and the Limits of the Literary: a Global View, Jennifer Osborn , 2016 single work review
— Review of Censorship and the Limits of the Literary : A Global View 2015 multi chapter work criticism ;
Review : The Natural Way of Things, Jennifer Osborn , 2016 single work review
— Review of The Natural Way of Things Charlotte Wood 2015 single work novel ;
Review : The Yellow Emperor, Heather Taylor Johnson , 2016 single work review
— Review of The Yellow Emperor : A Mythography in Verse Michelle Leber 2014 selected work poetry ;

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