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An academic journal devoted to Australian literature and writing. Contains literary criticism, interviews with writers, contemporary stories and poetry.Set up an RSS feed
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"Only This": Reading Robert Gray: A Version of This Essay Was Delivered on 16 July 2009 at the University of Sydney as the Annual Blaiklock Memorial Lecture
June 22, 2009... The poet, at least when writing poetry, is less concerned with phenomena than with their phenomenality. We call "phenomena" those things that manifest themselves to us, and we call the registration of the way in which a phenomenon discloses itself to someone its "phenomenality." It would be a...
The 2009 Blaiklock Memorial Lecture.
June 22, 2009... It is true to say, I think, that many of the great institutions in Australian literature were established as a result of public interest and personal generosity. I'm thinking, for example, of the Miles Franklin Literary Award, established from a bequest by Miles Franklin, and the Chair of...
Young and Old.(Poem)(Brief article)
June 22, 2009... Young and Old Big Day Out 2009 somewhere in the far distance Neil Young grinds his way through forty years of classics although the vast sea of heads below me seem too young or comatose to appreciate the man's gift his image fills a video screen at the side of the...
M. Hutchison.(Poem)(Brief article)
June 22, 2009... M. Hutchison ashes strewn in the spray of the east sea war medals abandoned in the upturned limestone scrub a lonely, beloved [ ] what am I doing but naming the dead?
June 22, 2009... 2009 marks Southerly's 70th birthday; the oldest literary magazine in Australia has reached this auspicious age, retaining a youthful vim but having gained at least a little wisdom along the way. At this juncture Southerly is both a custodian of the literary heritage, including its own role in...