New blogger- James Jiang

New blogger- James Jiang

Thanks to Nasrin Mahoutchi-Hosaini for wrapping up 2017 with some insightful posts, and welcome to James Jiang, our first blogger for 2018. James Jiang completed his PhD in English at the University of Cambridge in 2016 and since returning to Australia has been...
Call For Papers: ‘Festschrift—David Brooks’

Call For Papers: ‘Festschrift—David Brooks’

  One of Australia’s finest writers of short stories, a poet with the ability to turn plain words into indelible cerebral images, and a novelist whose cut-glass prose turns the world strange and abyssal, David Brooks’ work has been widely anthologised,...

Marten Bequest Scholarship – Call for Applications

Travelling scholarships from The Marten Bequest offer talented young artists the chance to explore, study and develop their artistic gifts through travelling either overseas or interstate. Applications to the Marten Bequest Scholarship are now open and will close on...
New monthly blogger- Nasrin Mahoutchi-Hosaini!

New monthly blogger- Nasrin Mahoutchi-Hosaini!

Our thanks to Chloe Wilson for a great series of posts. Southerly’s blogger for December is Nasrin Mahoutchi-Hosaini. Nasrin Mahoutchi-Hosaini writes in Persian and English. Her short stories have been published in anthologies such as HEAT, Southerly, and...
New monthly blogger- Chloe Wilson!

New monthly blogger- Chloe Wilson!

Many thanks to Mark Steven for his posts throughout October. Our new blogger for November is Chloe Wilson. Chloe Wilson is the author of two poetry collections, The Mermaid Problem and Not Fox Nor Axe, which was shortlisted for the Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry and...
Rediscovering Elizabeth Harrower

Rediscovering Elizabeth Harrower

Image: Elizabeth Harrower photographed returning to Australia in 1959 on board the Southern Cross. Courtesy of Elizabeth Harrower Elizabeth Harrower’s writing has engaged and challenged her readers since she began publishing in the late 1950s. Her work is concerned...
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