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September monthly blogger – Fiona McFarlane!

A huge thanks to Justin Clements for his excellent posts. This month our blogger is Fiona McFarlane. Her bio is below. Fiona McFarlane was born in Sydney. Her first novel, The Night Guest, was published in 2013 and translated into fifteen languages. It was shortlisted... read more

Next monthly blogger – Justin Clemens!

Many thanks to Van Badham for her great posts, and to Ian Buchanan for his. This month, our blogger is Justin Clemens. His bio is below. Justin Clemens writes poetry and prose. Recent publications include The Mundiad (Hunter 2013) and, with A.J. Bartlett and Jon... read more

Elemental

Elemental is concerned with our experience of the elements in an era of climate change. The four elements of classical thought (earth, fire, water, air) align with what we now call four states of matter and hence to what is termed the “material turn” in... read more

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September monthly blogger – Fiona McFarlane!

A huge thanks to Justin Clements for his excellent posts. This month our blogger is Fiona McFarlane. Her bio is below. Fiona McFarlane was born in Sydney. Her first novel, The Night Guest, was published in 2013 and translated into fifteen languages. It was shortlisted... read more

Pot Tent Shell Litter Rat Shore

by Justin Clemens Although I’d intended to move onto a rather different topic with this, my final post for the Southerly blog, I’ve found myself stuck on the problem of poetry and computing I briefly discussed last week. Although my thinking on this remains pretty... read more

Judgement Day

by Justin Clemens I’m not down on literary festivals, as some readers of my previous post seemed to think. On the contrary, I love them — although that doesn’t mean I don’t think their current excrescent phosphorescence has something suspicious about it. Love is a... read more
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