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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Echoes in the Wilderness : Weird Poetry in Australia
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In the following symposium, critics Phillip A. Ellis and Charles Lovecraft address several poets and their works within the realm of weird fiction, spotlighting a variety of themes and issues in this sorely neglected field of study. The critics, established poets in their own right, work towards establishing a clear template for further studies and readings which the editors of Studies in Australian Weird Fiction see as essential to readers of weird fiction, within Australian (sic) and abroad.

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