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Alternative title: Tribute, Observations
Issue Details: First known date: 2021... vol. 10 no. 2 2021 of Australian Poetry Journal est. 2011 Australian Poetry Journal
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'Do not be afraid to think.

'Test form, renew form, or defy it.

'Know there is a new permission to speak, and for more voices.

'Not to censure, censor our inheritances—in which there is still the cherishable, the followable—but to question, yes, that. To make that effort, with caring, love, and as needed, fierceness.

'To write, read the self, which can also be multiple, as are our inheritances, and also within if wished for, community.

'When I first devised the idea of this New Series two years ago, it was intended to be celebratory, motivated by the current flourishing which is occurring in poetry and poetry publication in Australia. In it, another poet/critic or poetry community associate is ‘allied’ with a new or recent Australian poetry collection, be that an individual volume, or an anthology, or another platform. Some books go back a little (there is one from 2017), but most are of the past 12-24 months; the impetus was to make tribute to a splendid range of contemporary Australian poetry publishing.' (Jacinta Le Plastrier, Introduction)

Notes

  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed. Other material in this issue includes:

    After Ebony G Patterson’s ‘while the dew is still on the roses’ by Kei Miller

    Termination Letter by Norman Erikson Pasaribu (translated by Tiffany Tsao )

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2021 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Fern Up Your Own Gullyi"Deep in the heart of the forest there’s a", Evelyn Araluen , single work poetry (p. 9-10)
Note: Includes commentary by Veronica Sullivan
Herons at Duski"This is the time of day when the light runs down the sky", Judith Beveridge , single work poetry (p. 13-14)
Note:  Includes commentary by Brook Emery
Jolti"Men's heads pull them", Aidan Coleman , single work poetry (p. 17-18)
Note:  Includes commentary by John Kinsella  
Hotel Grand Saigon, Part VIIIi"Still running, Daphne cried out to her father, ‘Change me!’ and we", Lucy Van , single work poetry (p. 19-20)
Note: Includes commentary by Jennifer Nguyen
The Silent Nonnai"She wanders the hillsides", Josephine Clarke , single work poetry (p. 21-23)
Note: Includes commentary by Morgan Yasbincek
Factoidsi"My mother sits in a stone house and she burns.", Omar Sakr , single work poetry (p. 24-26)
Note: Includes commentary by Zeina Issa
Superpositioni"Too many blacks goin around, thinkin they own the place", Grace Lucas-Pennington , single work poetry (p. 27-29)
Note: Includes commentary by Alison Whittaker
Sunsi"degraded echo", Tim Wright , single work poetry (p. 30-36)
Note: Includes commentary by D Perez-McVie
Seep/Stir/Signifyi"everywhere blood blood on the record but always", Natalie Harkin , single work poetry (p. 37-38)
Note: Includes commentary by Ellen van Neerven
FW: FW: 'IM FALLING OUT OF THE SKY PLEASE RESPOND'i"From: Carly ", Carly Stone , single work poetry (p. 39-45)
Note: Includes commentary by Lujayn Hourani
Second Comingi"I am off the coast of an island eight hours from my", Eunice Andrada , single work poetry (p. 46-47)
Note: Includes commentary by Natasha Hertanto
Forecasti"the weather is good", Eric Jiang , single work poetry (p. 48-49)
Note: Includes commentary by Darlene Soberano
Emily Dickinson’s Herbariumi"words slip off the page", Jan Colville , single work poetry (p. 50-53)
Note: Includes commentary by Kristen Lang
Agoni"New York City, 1957", Jessica Wilkinson , single work poetry (p. 54-59)
Note: Includes commentary by Jennifer Mackenzie
Inside of Paradisei"We are coming and going. At last you have arrived, your suede shoes", Vicki Viidikas , single work poetry (p. 70)
Note: Includes commentary by Cassandra Atherton and Paul Hetherington
What I Wanted to Happeni"Malcolm has been in love with his best friend Jess since highschool. But, after his", Leni Shilton , single work poetry (p. 77-78)
Note: Includes commentary by Fiona Dorrell
[Untitled]i"Nothing started the day I was born.", Ellen van Neerven , single work poetry (p. 79-80)
Note: Includes commentary by Essa Ranapiri
Fugal Statei"You are always beginning again—", Melinda Smith , single work poetry (p. 81-83)
Note: Includes commentary by Jill Jones
STFU, Silence Tender Flowing Undulatingi"as a child i thought one day i would be able to learn everything’s name and", Panda Wong , single work poetry (p. 84-87)
Note:

Includes commentary by Romy McCoy

Petrichori"Sometimes I just want a bathroom", Broede Carmody , single work poetry (p. 88-89)
Note: Includes commentary by Adolfo Aranjuez

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