is a poem in twelve chapters concerned with human movement northwards or out in the quest for work, subsistence, settlement and gratification, and in danger of getting trapped in various enclo-sures, including thought-traps. SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2015 FORWARD PRIZE FOR BEST COLLECTION.
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Claire Hurley reviews Jennifer Cooke
The first poetry collection by Jennifer Cooke, *not suitable for domestic sublimation, reveals from its opening pages that it is invested in the political axes of irrelevance/irreverence. The title itself acting as an appendix, an afterthought, the int...7 July 2015
Dan Disney reviews Michael Farrell
Michael Farrell tells us that Cocky’s Joy is the ‘metaphorical cum personal syrup produced when culture, land, history and images of Australia collide with the rest of the world in my mind’ (press release); indeed, here is a cruc...7 July 2015