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Issue Details: First known date: 2012... vol. 26 no. 2 December 2012 of Antipodes est. 1987 Antipodes
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* Contents derived from the 2012 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Failing to Meet in the Middle : East Timor and Gail Jones's "Other Places", David Callahan , single work criticism (p. 137-142)
Social Protest and Beyond in Australian Indigenous Poetry : Romaine Moreton, Alf Taylor and Michael J. Smith, Danica Cerce , single work criticism (p. 143-149)
To Somebody Else, Libbie Chellew , single work short story (p. 150-152)
Ostrich Eggsi"Did he bring them to the kitchen as he always does, not cabbages this", Sheryl Persson , single work poetry (p. 153)
At Kurandai"When I was a girl, I won", Tegan Schetrumpf , single work poetry (p. 154)
Watching Me as I Write : Performing Masculinity in John Hughes The Idea of Home, Stephen Mansfield , single work criticism (p. 155-161)
Beating Andrew Johns into the Cessnock Hall of Fame : An Interview with John Hughes, Stephen Mansfield (interviewer), single work interview (p. 162-167)
How He Saved Her; His Reward, Morris Lurie , single work short story (p. 168-169)
i. The Weti"In the evening outside, a canefield rat scurries", Phillip Hall , single work poetry (p. 170)
Raising the Colors, Phillip Hall , sequence poetry (p. 170-171)
ii. The Dryi"Late night is my time, listening", Phillip Hall , single work poetry (p. 171)
iii. Amongst Sugarcanei"In this coutryard's quiet, between", Phillip Hall , single work poetry (p. 171)
Merging in Kasi"Taurus mountains rise high behind. Settled", Robyn Rowland , single work poetry (p. 172)
The Comic Disruption of Stereotypes in Loubna Haikal's Seducing Mr. Maclean, Luma Balaa , single work criticism (p. 173-180)
Estrangementi"Sitting, listening to the floods of hot water", Autumn Royal , single work poetry (p. 188)
Francis Webb's America, Toby Davidson , single work criticism
'This paper argues that Francis Webb's Physical and intellectual escape into Canada was also one into US poetics and that Webb's US engagement has been hitherto underestimated due to confusion around the origins of 'Dawn Wind on the Islands,' 'Melvill at Woods Hole,' and Serenade to the Favourite Movie-actress' in particular. New evidence around these poems suggests Webb's chief Canadian period from 1947-1949 gave rise to a unique poetic weighing of Australian, Canadian and US histories of land and mind in his second collection Leichhardt in Theatre (1952). (Author's introduction)
(p. 189-194)
All the Paths Are Dryi"Hazy night has provided enough fog for sedge and grass", Connie Barber , single work poetry (p. 195)
In an Antrim Fieldi"At dawn she creeps, slipperless from bed with its warm,", Mark O'Flynn , single work poetry (p. 196)
The Correspondence of Bernard O'Dowd and Walt Whitman : Indigeneity and the Cosmopolitics of Settler Literary Nationalism, Michael Griffiths , single work criticism
'This essay examines the correspondence of Walt Whitman and Bernard O'Dowd in two senses. First, it refers to the literal correspondence, which O'Dowd initiated in March of 1890 and that continued till late 1891 before Whitman's death the following March. Second, the paper will trace out the thematic correspondence between the work of the two poets, particularly with regard to a shared poetics of cosmopolitanism and nationalism...' (197)
(p. 197-202)
Representations of Aboriginality in German Translations of Aboriginal Literature : A Study of Peritexts, Oliver Haag , single work criticism
In this essay, Haag argues 'that the study of dustcovers and introduction/epilogues assists in scrutinizing the German imagining of Aboriginal culture. Thus the objective of this study is to identify how German publishers of translations have imagined Aboriginal literatures and cultures.' (203)
(p. 203-208)

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Nicholas Birns Cassandra Atherton , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , June no. 352 2013;

— Review of Antipodes vol. 26 no. 2 December 2012 periodical issue
Nicholas Birns Cassandra Atherton , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , June no. 352 2013;

— Review of Antipodes vol. 26 no. 2 December 2012 periodical issue
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