Southerly 71.1

Modern Mobilities: Australian-Transnational Writing
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CONTENTS

Editorial

POETRY

Ross Donlon, Trawling in the Arctic
Shu Cai, Absurdity (tr. by Ouyang Yu)
A. S. Patric, Peking
A. Frances Johnson, Geography lessons: Victor Louey’s world tour
Victor Daley, When London Calls
John Carey, we are not alone
Danielle Shelley Carr, This Swirling Saffron Mystery
Geoff Page, The Projectionist
Michelle Cahill, The Siege
Kate Lilley, 1-800-DENIED
π.O., E. W. Cole 1832–1918
        Harmonica

SHORT FICTION

Jessica White, The Country of Boats
Pavle Radonic, Rise and Shine
Hayley Katzen, Postcards

ESSAYS AND MEMOIRS

Bill Ashcroft, Australian Transnation
Kit Kelen, A Transnational Apprenticeship for Poets: Some Notes from Bundanon and Macao
Jonathan Bennett, Caught Outside
Maggie Nolan, Reconciling with oneself: Gordon Matthews’ An Australian Son
Meg Tasker, “When London Calls” and Fleet Street beckons
Lucy Sussex, A “Close-Cropped Scribess”: Agnes Murphy
Elizabeth Day, Liverpool/Liverpool (After The Black)
George Kouvaros, The Generation of the Photograph, or, Those Left Behind
Glen Phillips, An Aspect of the Valtellinese Diaspora

REVIEWS

Jennifer Livett on Lydia Wevers, Reading on the Farm: Victorian Fiction and the Colonial World
Nicolette Stasko on Susan Sheridan, Nine Lives Postwar Women Writers Making Their Mark
Stuart Cooke on Chris Edwards, People of Earth
Josh Dubrau on Sarah Day, Grass Notes and David Musgrave, Phantom Limb
Laura Joseph on Jill Jones, Dark Bright Doors, Pam Brown, Authentic Local and Dorothy Porter, Love Poems

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

 

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