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Issue Details: First known date: 1989... 1989 Boat
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Contents

* Contents derived from the North Ryde, Ryde - Gladesville - Hunters Hill area, Northwest Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales,:Angus and Robertson , 1989 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Most Beautiful Girl in the Worldi"I was the most beautiful girl in the world. I guess it just went to my", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 1-2)
Soundsi"there is a train in the backyard there is a train there is a train", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 3-6)
Visionsi"mary jesus come see me nice", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 7-8)
Backi"legs mouth shut hero be he i", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 9-11)
Telstari"sputnik laika in space whirl", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 12-14)
Feveri"bag tea to cup fold my lolly", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 15-16)
Softi"soft so shush tip me touch sit", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 17-19)
Boati"boat came winter in middle june july in where when was nothing left comes", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 20-22)
Sailori"pulls me pull to aft said", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 23-25)
Boatsi"say oat be say oat be say boat", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 25-27)
Boat/Hati"i make boats out of paper i", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 28-30)
How Hats Turn Boatsi"i make a boat out of paper", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 31-32)
Numbersi"by numbers i know it numbers figures to write me i can be zero O is", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 33-34)
Whitei"in icy no sound snow fall so quiet quietly freeze gone away for bad can't", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 35-36)
Greyi"scratch a start puddle elephant thaw skin try wake what's going on a hat a", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 37-38)
Blacki"no stars ladder to do a hat boat drowns deep sea down up float little lady", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 39-40)
Bluei"almost almost nearly nearly but not not a wrong jumper shouldn't took", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 41-42)
Yellowi"canary jacket summer is heat cruel cupboards norway keeps lighter don't", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 43-44)
Orangei"above line a plenty is eat so", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 45-46)
Pinki"higher is pretty pretty little", Ania Walwicz , single work poetry (p. 47-48)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

‘Words about Words Make Sure Self’ : Ania Walwicz and a Politics of Prose Poetry Alyson Miller , 2017 single work criticism
— Appears in: TEXT Special Issue Website Series , October no. 46 2017;

'This paper examines how Ania Walwicz uses the protean nature of the prose poem as a medium through which to subvert traditional notions of identity, especially in terms of anxieties about gender and sexuality. According to Dominique Hecq (2009), the prose poem is able to negotiate ‘between notions of a public language of prose and a marginal language of poetry, thereby … enacting particularly complex modes of engagement between subjectivity and the world’. This paper argues that it is the slippery and transformative nature of the prose poem that lends itself so neatly to a politics of subversion. As a ‘borderline genre’ (Hecq 2009), the prose poem occupies an ambiguous space – it is self-conscious and critical yet immersive and seductive; a medium that offers a deceptive simplicity, or a shocking confrontation with otherness. Oftentimes, the prose poem is capable of both in the same instance. By exploring the prose poetry of Walwicz, this paper contends that rather than being understood as a ‘disturbing and elusive’ literary oddity (Delville 1998), the prose poem can be seen to contest formal traditions of both narrative and identity.'  (Publication abstract)

Wizards and Witches of Oz : The Transformative Power of Words in Ania Walwicz' Boat Luisa Percopo , 2009 single work criticism
— Appears in: Bernard Hickey, a Roving Cultural Ambassador : Essays in His Memory. 2009; (p. 239-249)
Translations : Maternal Debt in the Language of Ania Walwicz's 'Red Roses' Alison Bartlett , 1998 single work criticism
— Appears in: Jamming the Machinery : Contemporary Australian Women's Writing 1998; (p. 27-50)
Ania Walwicz : Transforming Language Rose Lucas , Lyn McCredden , 1996 single work criticism
— Appears in: Bridgings : Readings in Australian Women's Poetry 1996; (p. 161-171)
On a Dark Stage Struck: The Prose Poetry of Ania Walwicz Eden Liddelow , 1996 single work criticism
— Appears in: Southerly , Autumn vol. 56 no. 1 1996; (p. 62-74) After Electra : Rage, Grief and Hope in Twentieth-Century Fiction 2002; (p. 172-182, notes 196-197)
Untitled Brenda Walker , 1992 single work review
— Appears in: The Phoenix Review , Winter no. 7-8 1992; (p. 158-161)

— Review of Boat Ania Walwicz , 1989 selected work poetry ; The Harbour Breathes Anna Couani , 1989 selected work prose poetry
The Pleasure of Exertion Rosemary Sorensen , 1989 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , November no. 116 1989; (p. 34-35)

— Review of Boat Ania Walwicz , 1989 selected work poetry
These are Notes Anna Gibbs , 1989 single work review
— Appears in: The Age Monthly Review , December-January 1989-1990; (p. 9-10)

— Review of Boat Ania Walwicz , 1989 selected work poetry
Grand Star Builds Her Own World of Words Ivor Indyk , 1989 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 25 November 1989; (p. 88)

— Review of Boat Ania Walwicz , 1989 selected work poetry ; Travel / Writing Philip Hammial , Ania Walwicz , 1989 selected work poetry
Walwicz, Duke, Mann, Vizents Nicholas Zurbrugg , 1991 single work review
— Appears in: Editions , June-July no. 11 1991; (p. 28-29)

— Review of Boat Ania Walwicz , 1989 selected work poetry ; Travel / Writing Philip Hammial , Ania Walwicz , 1989 selected work poetry ; The Best of Jas H. Duke : Sound Poems and Songs Jas Heriot Duke , 1989 selected work poetry ; Poems of War and Peace Jas Heriot Duke , 1987 selected work poetry extract
Wizards and Witches of Oz : The Transformative Power of Words in Ania Walwicz' Boat Luisa Percopo , 2009 single work criticism
— Appears in: Bernard Hickey, a Roving Cultural Ambassador : Essays in His Memory. 2009; (p. 239-249)
Transgressing Language? : The Poetry of Ania Walwicz Lyn McCredden , 1996 single work criticism biography
— Appears in: Australian Literary Studies , May vol. 17 no. 3 1996; (p. 235-243)
Translations : Maternal Debt in the Language of Ania Walwicz's 'Red Roses' Alison Bartlett , 1998 single work criticism
— Appears in: Jamming the Machinery : Contemporary Australian Women's Writing 1998; (p. 27-50)
Reading Ania Walwicz Lisa Jacobson , 1990 single work criticism
— Appears in: Outrider 90 : A Year of Australian Literature 1990; (p. 148-159)
Another Premier's Literary Award Goes to Flood for `Oceana Fine' Jane Sullivan , 1990 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Age , 13 September 1990; (p. 14)
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