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Is part of Triggering Town Keri Glastonbury , 2005 sequence prose poetry
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    y separately published work icon Jacket no. 27 April 2005 Z1215782 2005 periodical issue 2005
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    y separately published work icon Outcrop : Radical Australian Poetry of Land Jeremy Balius (editor), Corey Wakeling (editor), Australia : Black Rider Press , 2013 6844162 2013 anthology poetry

    Outcrop is a new anthology which collects contemporary radical Australian poetry of land. Curated by Corey Wakeling and Jeremy Balius, Outcrop transcribes innovative and significant poetical approaches to land at the crossroads of ecologies and language. The collection, rather than an exhaustive survey, represents a diversity of contemporary Australian radical poetic perspectives. These range from land in content and syntax, to voice, ecology, gesture and land of the body. These are poetic experiments with landscape and geopolitics, exemplars of radical visions of land. Outcrop features poetry from Louis Armand, Laurie Duggan, Ali Cobby Eckermann, Kate Fagan, Michael Farrell, Lionel Fogarty, Keri Glastonbury, Matthew Hall, Fiona Hile, Duncan Hose, Jill Jones, John Kinsella, Astrid Lorange, John Mateer, Peter Minter, Sam Langer, Claire Potter, Pete Spence, Nicola Themistes and Tim Wright.' (Publisher's blurb)

    Australia : Black Rider Press , 2013
    pg. 52

Works about this Work

Lost Wagga Wagga Keri Glastonbury , 2014 single work criticism
— Appears in: JASAL , vol. 14 no. 3 2014;
'This paper draws on Ross Gibson’s 7 Versions of an Australian Badland and braids together a number of narratives converging around Wagga’s Wiradjuri Reserve on the Murrumbidgee River including the murder of a school friend in the late 1980s, Wiradjuri and colonial history and my poetry sequence ‘Triggering Town’. While ficto-critical in style, it also deploys a geo-critical methodology: foregrounding spatial and geographical fields in terms of both narrative and literary inquiry.' (Publication abstract)
Lost Wagga Wagga Keri Glastonbury , 2014 single work criticism
— Appears in: JASAL , vol. 14 no. 3 2014;
'This paper draws on Ross Gibson’s 7 Versions of an Australian Badland and braids together a number of narratives converging around Wagga’s Wiradjuri Reserve on the Murrumbidgee River including the murder of a school friend in the late 1980s, Wiradjuri and colonial history and my poetry sequence ‘Triggering Town’. While ficto-critical in style, it also deploys a geo-critical methodology: foregrounding spatial and geographical fields in terms of both narrative and literary inquiry.' (Publication abstract)
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