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Alternative title: Modern Mobilities : Australian-Transnational Writing
Issue Details: First known date: 2011... vol. 71 no. 1 2011 of Long Paddock est. 2007 Long Paddock
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* Contents derived from the 2011 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Finding a Place in the World - Vietnamese-Australian Diasporic Writing, Hoa Pham , single work criticism
'This essay touches briefly on the works of Nam Le, Chi Vu and Dominic Hong Duc Golding, demonstrating how 'they provide a counter narrative to the dominant discourse of the Vietnam/America War in Australia, and, further, how they might pave a central place for Australian diasporic writing in general.' (Source: Introduction, p. 1)
Liverpool/Liverpool : The Skin of Translation, Ann J. Finegan , single work criticism
'Two exhibitions titled 'Liverpool/Liverpool : The Skin of Translation' by Elizabeth Day were shown almost simultaneously in September 2010 at St George's Hall in Liverpool UK and in Liverpool, Australia. This fortuitous synchronicity of Liverpool/Liverpool (the shows overlapped for a month) consolidates the circuit of sending and return that characterises the colonial relation. Indeed, the journey Day and her family made from Lancashire to Hobart when she was 10 years old is the very same trajectory she retraced for her show at St George's Hall.'

'...Day invited four migrant writers of various origins - Sarah Day (her sister), Nasrin Mahoutchi, Catherine Rey and Ouyang Yu - to subvert and further overwrite [the] Englishness in the very fabric of garden lawn. Using a system of plaster casts, Day has grown turf over the plaster letters of their texts in a process which is literally a form of underground typesetting.' (pp. 1, 5)
Mediation at Work : Tim Winton's Fiction in Italian, Denise Maree Formica , single work criticism
'Australian literary production reflects those nation-specific values and discourses that have been historically constrained and enabled by a complex system of institutions, individuals, practices and values. However, upon entering a foreign literary market through translation, Australian literary narratives are subjected to further constraints imposed by similar agencies within that culture which mediate the processes of selection, translation and critical reception. My analysis of Tim Winton's Dirt Music (2001) enables a greater understanding of how the writer's use of landscape positions him within that post-Romantic tradition of Australian literature that incorporates major Australian writers of prose and poetry such as Randolph Stow, Patrick White, Judith Wright and Les Murray...' (Author's introduction p. 1)
Anniversary (Summer Vacation)i"Our first date was Summer Vacation: 1999", Kate Lilley , single work poetry
While They Run the Titlesi"Ignacio Gomez brushes his sealskin hair", John Carey , single work poetry
Jennifer Hamilton on Philippa Kelly, The King and I, Jennifer Hamilton , single work review
— Review of The King and I Philippa Kelly , 2011 single work autobiography ;
Kate Livett on Amanda Lohrey, Reading Madame Bovary, Kate Livett , single work review
— Review of Reading Madame Bovary Amanda Lohrey , 2010 selected work short story ;
Fiona Hile on Michael Farrell, Thempark, Fiona Hile , single work review
— Review of Thempark Michael Farrell , 2011 selected work poetry ;
Between Existencei"between existence and just how the cat jumps we fare", Lucy Wilks , single work poetry

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

Australian Literature goes Mobile Jay Daniel Thompson , 2012 single work review
— Appears in: TEXT : Journal of Writing and Writing Courses , April vol. 16 no. 1 2012;

— Review of Long Paddock vol. 71 no. 1 2011 periodical issue
Australian Literature goes Mobile Jay Daniel Thompson , 2012 single work review
— Appears in: TEXT : Journal of Writing and Writing Courses , April vol. 16 no. 1 2012;

— Review of Long Paddock vol. 71 no. 1 2011 periodical issue
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