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Poety Review: Fiona Wright’s Emotion (Domestic Interior, 2017)

Is there a place for emotion in poetry? Many of the poems we read these days vehemently self-express, describe, confess, narrate, think aloud, protest, experiment, puzzle, but there is rarely any power of deep feeling in them. 3,162 more words

Fiona Wright's Domestic Interior

Fiona Wright, Domestic Interior (Giramondo 2017)

One of my New Year resolves for the blog is not to attempt to review every book of poetry I read. 930 more words


Shaping the Fractured Self

I went to the launch of Shaping the Fractured Self: Poetry of Chronic Illness and Pain on Wednesday, a stunning collection edited by Heather Taylor Johnson, and the first of its kind in Australia from UWA Publishing. 425 more words