Antipodes Volume 23, Number 1 (June 2009)

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The official publication of the American Association of Australasian Literary Studies, Antipodes is published in June and December of each year. The journal welcomes critical essays on any aspect of Australian and New Zealand literature and culture, and comparative studies are especially encouraged. Additionally, Antipodes publishes short fiction, excerpts from novels, drama, and poetry written by Australian and New Zealand authors. 

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The official publication of the American Association of Australasian Literary Studies, Antipodes is published in June and December of each year. The journal welcomes critical essays on any aspect of Australian and New Zealand literature and culture, and comparative studies are especially encouraged. Additionally, Antipodes publishes short fiction, excerpts from novels, drama, and poetry written by Australian and New Zealand authors. 

Table of Contents
Antipodes, Volume 23, Issue 1 (June 2009) 

Poetry
Ross Donlon -- The man whose wife has told him to leave

Jane Gibian -- Lash

Michael Farrell -- sonnet for emma lew

Andrew Sant -- August

Ouyang Yu -- written in the city, a fragment

Michael Sharkey -- Women in their houses on their own

Yve Louis -- Fox Maiden

Anne M. Carson -- Hanging

Anthony Lynch -- Noise

Chris Wallace-Crabbe -- Nor Am I Out Of It

Petra White -- Trampolining

Sarah Day -- Fungi

Robyn Roland -- In the line of sight

Fiction/Creative Nonfiction
Ouyang Yu -- The Importance of Being Correct: Burma Road Pieces, from end to beginning

Graham McKenzie -- The Smoker's Case

Andy Potter -- The Plodder

Essays
Nathanael O'Reilly and Jean-Francois Vernay -- Terror Australis Incognita? An Introduction to Fear in Australian Literature and Film

Catriona Ross -- Paranoid Projections: Australian Novels of Asian Invasion

Deborah Madsen -- The Exception that Proves the Rule? National Fear, Racial Loathing, Chinese Writing in "UnAustralia"

Elspeth Tilley -- The Uses of Fear: Spatial Politics in the Australian White-vanishing Trope

Gay Breyley -- Fearing the Protector, Fearing the Protected: Indigenous and "National" Fears in Twentieth-century Australia

Donna Coates -- Reality Bites: The Impact of the Second World War on the Australian Home Front in Maria Gardner’s Blood Stained Wattle and Robin Sheiner’s Smile, the War Is Over

Richard Carr -- A World of . . . Risk, Passion, Intensity, and Tragedy: The Post-9/11 Australian Novel

Roslyn Weaver -- The Edge of the World: Fearful Borders

Theodore Sheckels -- Fear in Peter Weir's Australian Films: A Matter of Control

Departments
Interview -- Negotiating Two Hemispheres: The Country of Unspoken Feeling: An Interview with Jean Kent, Christopher Lee 

Book Reviews
Fiction
Nam Le, The Boat -- Nathanael O'Reilly

Steven Carroll, The Time We Have Taken -- Linda Nairn

Gail Jones, Sorry -- Katherine Mulcrone

Nicholas Jose, Avenue of Eternal Peace -- Brian Keenan

Wendy James, The Steele Diaries -- Madara Mason HIll

Lenny Bartulin, A Deadly Business -- Jamison Klagmann

Alice Nelson, The Last Sky -- Nicole Gurly

Nick Gaff, Ghostlines -- A. Digger Stolz

Poetry
John Kinsella, The New Arcadia -- Carolyn Stice

Katherine Gallagher, Tigers on the Silk Road -- Emily Johnston

John Mateer, Elsewhere -- Ingeborg van Teeseling

Criticism
Ouyang Yu, Chinese in Australian Fiction, 1888-1988 -- Steve Brock 

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