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Alternative title: Sydney
Issue Details: First known date: 2012... vol. 38 no. 0 1 May 2012 of Cordite est. 1997 Cordite Poetry Review
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Guest Editorial : An Introduction to Sydney, Astrid Lorange , single work criticism
Sydney, Social Poetries and Writing around Robocop : Q&A with Astrid Lorange, Emily Stewart (interviewer), single work interview
'Astrid Lorange: poet, phD student and Sydneysider, is Cordite's guest editor for our Sydney issue, which launches next week. She kindly agreed to answer some hot-coal questions for me about living Sydney, writing poetry and curating for Cordite. ' (Author's introduction)
Blustertown, Ross Gibson , single work prose
‘Xerographesis’ : On Poetic Art and the Object in Amanda Stewart and Anne Tardos, A.J. Carruthers , single work criticism
Pam Brown’s Sydney Poetry in the 70s : In Conversation with Corey Wakeling, Corey Wakeling (interviewer), single work interview
'Pam Brown is not only one of Australia's most prolific and important poets writing today, but also one of our richest archives on the history of late twentieth century Australian poetry. Since this is Cordite's Sydney issue, I thought an interview with her might evince a valuably multifarious image of, perhaps, Australia's most speedily shifting poetic landscape. In particular, as a contemporary Australian poetic history of the late twentieth century stems in part from poets closely associated with the city, it only made sense to ask Pam Brown, Sydney avant-garde collaborator, instigator, publisher and poet. Author of 16 books and 10 chapbooks, Brown has lived most of her life in Sydney, and now lives with her partner in the suburb of Alexandria. As well as offer new understandings of a period thoroughly historicised, I hoped Brown's personal recollections of the formative 1970s would illuminate the significance of those small press and handmade initiatives of the past that Astrid Lorange sees as 'non-causal' and 'monadic' in her Jacket2 archival commentary. Naturally, I was not disappointed.' (Author's introduction)
The Inaugural Sydney City Poet : Lisa Gorton Interviews Kate Middleton, Lisa Gorton (interviewer), single work interview
Fragilei"...ha-...thanks...another post...time...hotel...Stanmore", Michael Farrell , single work poetry
Operai"After each useless, ephemeral voyage I return", Stuart Cooke , single work poetry
Juveniliai"Standing in line with haircut to join the", Louis Armand , single work poetry
Written in Sydneyi"Looking for the unobstructed view", Sam Langer , single work poetry
Sadlyi"Ability is not the end cause and justly–", Joel Scott , single work poetry
Western Trivi"Petersham: the formerly fashionable", Ann Vickery , single work poetry
Out of Politenessi"Out of politeness you probably wouldn’t say,", Aden Rolfe , single work poetry
Untitledi"a plane flew overhead", Samuel Moginie , single work poetry
Sorry’s Essencei"I move today we honour, we reflect", Mark Mahemoff , single work poetry
Reflectionsi"even sunstruck the ribs rise", Stuart Barnes , single work poetry
Vis[i]torsi"the office & library", Chris Brown , single work poetry
At the Darling Harbour Convention Centrei"At the conference lunch", Adrian Wiggins , single work poetry
Transpacifici"The view of the watery gardens suggested a truly", Michael Farrell , single work poetry
Circle of Eaglesi"important to feel comfortable can I borrow a", Sam Langer , single work poetry

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