Chris Gooch

Monster Editorial: by Nathan Curnow

Artwork:
12 Panels by Chris Gooch

Essays:
On Being Sanguine: Two Years of Panic and a Response to Terror in Christchurch by Charles Olsen
A Deaf Rough Trade: Defending Poetry to ‘regular people’ by Alice Allan
Poetry, Whatsoever: Blake, Blau DuPlessis, and an Expansive Definition of the Poem by Ali Jane Smith

Translations:
A Buzz in the Retina: On Translating Luljeta Lleshanaku by Ani GJika
5 Translated Yosuke Tanaka Poems by Shane Strange, Paul Hetherington, Andrew Houwen, Yosuke Tanaka

Interviews:
‘That is some crafty bite’: Trisha Pender Interviews Melinda Bufton
‘You’re never disembodied from the action’: Dylan Frusher Interviews Judith Beveridge

Chapbooks:
6 Poems from Robin M Eames
Excerpts from Neon Daze by Amy Brown

Scholarly:
Chorography and Toute-eau in the Waters of Lower Murray Country by Camille Rouliere
Aussi / Or: Un Coup de dés and Mistranslation in the Antipodes by Toby Fitch

And 65 new poems selected by Nathan Curnow:
All The Things I Kept
by Nike Sulway
Yes
by Em K?nig
Who Shot Camilo Catrillanca?
by Juan Garrido-Salgado
Clones don’t sleep
by Emily Meller
fear and other feelings
by Claire Albrecht
a clown car named desire
by Jini Maxwell
Eurydice: a triptych
by Kirstyn McDermott
camping underground
by Greg McLaren
Lycanthrope
by Gloria Demillo
The Tall Man
by Ben Walter
MOTHER
by Natalie Wang
Gothic
by Amanda Lucas-Frith
Stained
by Julie Chevalier
Thursday night, 1979
by Vanessa Page
OH GOD, I HAVE A BODY
by Alayne Dick
Reverse Godzilla
by John McDonough
Microbiome
by Andy Jackson
Physics 101
by Cortney Lamar Charleston
Poltergeist
by Rochelle D’Silva
Wait But Do Not Consider
by Carmen Keates
How I witch 1692
by Gail Ingram
Sadie
by Robbie Coburn
Hybreeds
by Reagan R Maiquez
Medea
by Isabella Luna
Michelago 2620
by Dave Drayton
Owl
by Daniel Hutley
Letter to Franz Kafka
by Paul Mitchell
Z-O-M-B-I-E
by John Carey
To a Year
by Sophia Walsh
Hill
by Simeon Kronenberg
Mask
by Daniel John Pilkington
H?n
by Ron Riekki
Scintilla
by Penelope Layland
Changing Their Spots
by Andrew Weatherly
Feral
by Oz Hardwick
Axe
by Jade Riordan
Apologia
by Mark Ward
This Morning,
by Grant Quackenbush
Tomato
by Dani Netherclift
Tricoteuse
by Rose Peoples
A Lotus of Lawyers
by Tim Slade
from Red Black & Blues
by Christopher Patton
shoot
by Jenni Nixon
small town lazarus
by Ashley Capes
Agatha
by Libby Hart
Only fair
by Melinda Smith
Mutant
by S Niroshini
Every other Friday
by J V Birch
 
 

CORDITE POETRY REVIEW
ISSUE 91: MONSTER

Released: 1 May 2019


ESSAYS

ส่งเงินบาทไทย ตารางบอลพรุ่งนี้

Wednesday, May 1st, 2019

MONSTERI’m writing this after news that W S Merwin has died. His Selected Poems still sits on my bedside table, never far away in case of a spare moment.

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REVIEWS

Jennifer Mackenzie Reviews Elif Sezen’s A little book of unspoken history

Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

In these times many of us from all corners of the globe have more than one place we call home. Concepts of nationality, attachment to place, a sudden annunciation of enlightened belonging or steadfast refusal of it can be dissociative, painful and conversely full of artistic promise.

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INTERVIEWS

‘That is some crafty bite’: Trisha Pender Interviews Melinda Bufton

Wednesday, May 1st, 2019

In her eagerly awaited second collection, Superette (Puncher & Wattman, 2018), Melinda Bufton delivers dramatically on the promise announced in her 2014 debut, Girlery (Inken Publisch, 2014). Girlery performs a provocative en guard to a literary culture overly sanguine in …

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SCHOLARLY


Chorography and Toute-eau in the Waters of Lower Murray Country

Wednesday, May 1st, 2019

The first line of this fragment by poet Edward Kamau Brathwaite opens philosopher édouard Glissant’s Poetics of Relation. ‘The unity is submarine’.

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GUNCOTTON BLOG

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Introduction to Charmaine Papertalk Green’s Nganajungu Yagu

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

Since Charmaine Papertalk Green’s poetry was first published in The Penguin Book of Australian Women Poets in 1986, her voice on the page has been consistent: eloquently powerful, respectfully challenging and true to her role in life as a Yamaji Nyarlu.

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