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Issue Details: First known date: 1984... 1984 The Distant Present : Growing Up in Australia
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  • Paper presented at the 3rd Salamanca Arts Festival in Hobart on 26 November 1983

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Alternative title: The Distant Present
  • Appears in:
    y Island Magazine no. 18/19 Autumn-Winter 1984 Z593937 1984 periodical issue 1984 pg. 62-65
  • Appears in:
    y Displacements 2 : Multicultural Storytellers Sneja Gunew (editor), Geelong : Deakin University Press , 1987 Z373219 1987 anthology poetry short story extract prose criticism biography autobiography Geelong : Deakin University Press , 1987 pg. 124-129
  • Appears in:
    y First Rights : A Decade of Island Magazine Island Magazine Andrew Sant (editor), Michael Denholm (editor), Elwood : Greenhouse Publications , 1989 Z468801 1989 anthology poetry short story criticism autobiography Elwood : Greenhouse Publications , 1989 pg. 86-92
  • Appears in:
    y Dimitris Tsaloumas : A Voluntary Exile : Selected Writings on His Life and Work Helen Nickas (editor), Brighton : Owl Publishing , 1999 Z668595 1999 anthology criticism biography interview review 'This edited volume on acclaimed Greek-Australian poet Dimitris Tsaloumas is a ‘polyphonic’ response to his work, consisting of essays, reviews and interviews . The book is bilingual (English and Greek) and begins with an introduction by the editor, in English and Greek. The pieces that follow are by Greek diasporic critics (Helen Nickas, Mimis Sophocleous, Michael Tsianikas and Stathis Gauntlett) while English-speaking critics from Australia, England and the U.S.A include Judith Rodriguez, David Tacey, John Barnes, Matt Simpson, John Lucas, Gillian Bouras and Djelal Kadir. The book includes two reflective pieces by the poet himself and two interviews, all providing a fascinating insight into the poet and his work.' (Publisher's blurb) Brighton : Owl Publishing , 1999 pg. 20-28
    Note: With title The Distant Present
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