Antipodes 33.2 - available now

The latest issue features a special section on Southeast Asia in the Antipodes with guest editors Weihsin Gui and Narumi Naruse, the new ...

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Antipodes 33.1 available now

Antipodes 33.1, with a special section on the work of Alexis Wright, guest edited by Belinda Wheeler is now available on JStor, soon on...

Antipodes Special Topics Announced

See attached flyer for special topics. Antipodes continues to welcome essays on any topic related to literature and culture of Australia...

The Near and the Far

Angela Savage. Mother of Pearl. Melbourne: Transit Lounge, 2019. 320 pp. AU$29.99 ISBN: 9781925760354 Reviewed by Mark Azzopardi, Temple...

Antipodes is coming to ProjectMUSE

As of January 2020, Antipodes will be available through ProjectMUSE as well as JStor. While JStor is a fabulous resource for back issues...

Antipodes Soliciting Scholarly Essays

Antipodes seeks submissions! The Special Topics are encouraged by the posted deadline but can be submitted at any time. Other topics are...

Antipodes 32.1-2 (2018) is now available

A double issue of Antipodes—Volume 32, Numbers 1 and 2 (2018)—is now available for online subscribers and will be mailed shortly to all...

Axiomatic

Axiomatic by Maria Tumarkin (Brow Books, 2018) ISBN: 9781925704051 Review by Jo Langdon In the second essay of Axiomatic, Maria Tumarkin...

Sarah Day’s "Tempo"

by Tara Walker In Tempo, Sarah Day’s seventh collection of poetry, the poems are at their best when they capture the detail of an...

Janet Frame's The MijoTree

By Niki Tulk. Janet Frame's writing is, for many, a series of intimate letters from a place of exile that those of us who live and work...

The Demons of Athens

By Niki Tulk. Karalis, Vrasidas. The Demons of Athens. Blackheath, NSW: Brandl & Schlesinger, 2014. "Call me what you like," begins the...

I Go Shopping

By Catherine Ryan. I go shopping. Some things you have to do without and some things are just necessary. I make an art of knowing how to...

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