Antipodes Volume 26, Number 2 (December 2012)

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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 26, Issue 2 (December 2012) 

Poetry
Sheryl Persson — Ostrich Eggs

Tegan Schetrumpf — At Kuranda

Philip Hall — Raising the Colors

Robyn Rowland — Merging in Kas

Autumn Royal — Estrangement

Connie Barber — All the Paths Are Dry

Mark O’Flynn — In an Antrom Field

John Carey — Tactile

Susan Fealy — Apple Days

Peter Rose — The Cherry

Steve Brock — the stranger

Ouyang Yu — Dead

❧ In Memoriam ❧

Peter Steele (1939–2012) — Horse

Rosemary Dobson (1920–2012) — The News and Weather 

Fiction/Creative Nonfiction
Libbie Chellew — To Somebody Else

Morris Lurie — How He Saved Her; His Reward

Angelina Saule — Maslenitsa in Iran

Reg Taylor — A Question of Color

Bev Braune — Supra-text Agents Sit Wherever They Want

Ouyang Yu — When Shall We Get Back to Our Country?

Essays
David Callahan — Failing to Meet in the Middle: East Timor and Gail Jones’s “Other Places”

Danica Čerče — Social Protest and Beyond in Australian Indigenous Poetry: Romaine Moreton, Alf Taylor and Michael J. Smith

Stephen Mansfield — “Watching Me as I Write”: Performing Masculinity in John Hughes’s The Idea of Home

Luma Balaa — The Comic Disruption of Stereotypes in Loubna Haikal’s Seducing Mr. Maclean

Ian Campbell — Post-Nerudaism in Indonesia: Tracing and Memorializing Neruda in the Dutch East Indies (1930—1932) and Beyond

Toby Davidson— Francis Webb’s America

Michael Griffiths — The Correspondence of Bernard O’ Dowd and Walt Whitman: Indigeneity and the Cosmopolitics of Settler Literary Nationalism

Oliver Haag — Representations of Aboriginality in German Translations of Aboriginal Literature: a Study of Peritexts

Bernadette Brennan — Bodies of Knowledge: History, Memory, Selves in Tiger’s Eye

George Watt — The Unacceptable Self in Flaws in the Glass and Voss

Mark Larrimore — Unsettled: On Teaching about Aboriginal Australian Religion in an American Liberal Arts College

Binoy Kampmark — Ignoble and Noble Savages: Separatist Identities and the Northern Territory Emergency Response

Susan Carson — “The rest flies down the wind”: Complexities of Late Style in the Work of Christina Stead

Departments
About the Cover

Interview — Beating Andrew Johns into the Cessnock Hall of Fame: An Interview with John Hughes, Stephen Mansfield

Interview — Bursting the Seams of Poetic Form: An Interview with Sallie Muirden, Jean-François Vernay

Review Essay — An Altogether Ungrounded Poet: Regarding the Work of Judith Bishop, Oliver Dennis

Book Reviews
Fiction
Drusilla Modjesak, The Mountain — Sarah Doetschman

Garry Disher, Play Abandoned — Robert Byers

Inez Baranay, Always Hungry — Mollie Murray

Morris Lurie, Hergesheimer Hangs In — Chris Malmberg

Anna Haebich, Murdering Stepmothers: The Execution of Martha Rendell — Alison Singer

Amanda Curtin, Inherited — Jenni Moody

Poetry
David McCooey, Outside — Ryan Ragan

Fiona Wright, Knuckled — Cody Kucker

Anthony Lynch, Night Train — Christopher Lee Miles

Tracy Ryan, The Argument — Aaron Bauer

Criticism
Brigitta Olubas, Shirley Hazzard: Literary Expatriate and Cosmopolitan Humanist — John Scheckter

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