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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... vol. 21 no. 21 4 November 2011 of Eureka Street est. 1991- Eureka Street
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Bringing Poetry Back to Politics, Peter Kirkwood , single work criticism
'A frequent criticism of our political leaders is that they don't provide a bigger narrative, a deeper story that might give some sense of meaning, inspiration and direction to the populace.

An example of this sort of critique came from Paul Keating last week when interviewed about his recently published book, After Words, by Paul Kelly in The Australian. 'The failure of the Rudd and Gillard administrations,' he said, 'is the lack of an over-arching story, the lack of a compelling story.'

According to Eureka Street poetry editor Philip Harvey, it is the work of poets to delve into this deeper territory, and poetry provides perhaps the best means to explore and express deeper questions.' (p. 3)
(p. 3)
Discernment and Wobbly Kneesi"There are liminal spaces", Marlene Marburg , single work poetry (p. 13)
Indigenousi"Dull winter blew open my soul.", Marlene Marburg , single work poetry (p. 13-14)
Christ on the Marginsi"He upturns the table", Marlene Marburg , single work poetry (p. 14)
Prophecyi"Dominus vobiscum", Marlene Marburg , single work poetry (p. 14-15)
Self-Interest as a Path to Aboriginal Flourishing, Dan O’Donovan , single work criticism
'Noel Pearson's book, Up From the Mission: Selected Writings is more than worth a read. It is a shaker. In the Kimberley, we are feeling its impact on the ground.' (p. 26)
(p. 26-27)
Australia’s Child Abuse Parable, Tim Kroenert , single work review
— Review of The Slap 2011 series - publisher film/TV ;
(p. 30-31)
Country Gatei"There were many gates that swung in and", Helen Hagemann , single work poetry (p. 41-42)
Farmed Outi"old jam tins are sleepers in a rubbish dump", Helen Hagemann , single work poetry (p. 42-43)
Coda : A House of Pocketsi"at the age of five", Helen Hagemann , single work poetry (p. 43-44)

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