Antipodes Volume 28, Number 2 (December 2014)

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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. 

From the Editors
Naming the Nation: A Poetic Retrospect
Nicholas Birns, Nicole Moore, and Sarah Shieff

Herbert C. Jaffa, 1920–2013: A Sheaf of Remembrances

Poetry
I Am Starting With Your Wrists
Anna Ryan-Punch

circumnavigation . . .
Iain Britton

Exhibition
Kristin Hannaford

Primer
Carol Jenkins

The Lover's Companion Guide to Verbs
Marjon Mossammaparast

Winter beach, Scotland
Virginia Jealous

New Fruit
Corey Wakeling 

Red Shed Shrine
John Kinsella 

A Notable Colonial Fistfight: Edward "Ned" Kelly vs. I saiah "Wild" Wright, Beechworth, Victoria, August 8th, 1874
Kevin Densley

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Jordie Albiston 

Will Summer Arrive
Bev Braune

An observation of love in the fifties
Elizabeth Smither

Fiction / Creative Nonfiction
The Horns
Tom Coverdale

Prickly Pear Conversation
Elizabeth Bernays 

The Water Carrier: a Report
John Kinsella

At the All-Night Driving Range
Aaron Peysack

Supra-text Space-time
Bev Braune

Supra-text-beautiful Field
Bev Braune

Reading with Daddy
Mark O'Flynn

Essays
Morality at Bay: The Lesson of the Americas in Murray Bail's Homesickness
Michael Ackland

Branded by Fire: Postcolonial Naming in S hirley Hazzard’s The Great Fire
Christine De Vinne

Victims and Victimizers in the Fiction of Katherine Mansfield and Jean Rhys
Jane Nardin

Returned Soldiers in Owls Do Cry, A State of Siege, and The Carpathians: Janet Frame’s Subversive Representations
Cyrena Mazlin

Complexity of Thought and Clarity of Expression: The Poetry of Suzanne Edgar
John Beston

Where To?: An Indian Perspective on Australian Aboriginal Poetry in English
Angshuman Kar

Beyond Home and into the World: Family in the Short Stories of the South Asian Diaspora in Australia
Amit Sarwal

Iranian Exilic Poetry in Australia: Reinventing the Third Space
Laetitia Nanquette

Our Ned: The Makeup of Myth
Dorothy Simmons 

Michael Wilding’s Texas Story
Don Graham

The Complex Politics and Rhetoric of John Marsden’s “Tomorrow” Series
Theodore Sheckels

Spies in the Shadows: Intelligence and Secret Agents in the Novels of Christopher Koch
Fiona Duthie

Departments
About the  Cover

IMemoriam

Interview  — “Poetry Is a High-Energy Sport”: An Interview with Suzanne Edgar
John Beston

Interview  — Literary Translations: From Novel to Film, from Australia to Europe (An interview with film producer Emile Sherman and scriptwriter Louise Fox)
Lynda Ng

Notes and  Queries — Günter Grass’s Blechtrommel and Patrick White’s Solid Mandala
Rodney Stenning Edgecombe

Notes and  Queries — Hugo, Goethe, and Patrick White: Sources for The Eye of the Storm and The Vivisector 
Rodney Stenning Edgecombe

Contributors

Guidelines for Contributors

Book Reviews
Fiction

Alexis Wright, The Swan Book
Katherine Mulcrone

Tim Winton, Eyrie
Eric Notaro

Roger McDonald, The Following
Paul Plisiewicz

Jonathan Bennett, The Colonial Hotel
Danny Dyer

Louis Arnand, Cairo
Jennifer Popa

Angela Meyer, ed., The Great Unknown
Sally Rafson

Poetry
Nandi Chinna, Swamp: Walking the Wetlands of the Swan Coastal Plain
Carolyn Stice

Stephen Oliver, Intercolonial
Nicholas Reid

Memoir
Anita Heiss, Am I Black Enough for You?
Kate Quick

Criticism
Leigh Dale and Tanya Dalziell, eds., The English Issue. Australian Literary Studies 28.1–2
John Scheckter

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