Phillip A Ellis is winding up australianreader.com As of tonight, I won’t be updating AustralianReader.com, and, after a final post on the site, will keep it unchanged for at least another year.
Fremantle Poetry Month →
This is the month when we are able to pause and access the world via a variety of unexpected colours and forms of expression – the month when we are surprised into discovering things we didn’t know we knew.
Of all our member presses that publish poetry, a fair few of them – if not all –...– Winter Poetry Feature Part 1: Hawthorne, Cottier, Takolander, MacKenzie and Jenkins · SPUNC: Small Press Underground Networking Community
Some of the most natural writers, the ones who seemed to shake their prose or...– Sam Cooney on the gap between ability and ambition « Southerly
The Modified B Plan →
Adam Ford on rejection and acceptance.
Poetry as an art form is struggling to grab people’s attention in all of...– Australian Poetry now has a Geek in Residence, Benjamin Laird. Meet the Geek | Australian Poetry
Heather Taylor Johnson reviews HEAT | Cordite... →
Few high quality literary magazines have such a high percentage of poems per issue. I, and many out there like me, will miss that.
As part of our race toward Fremantle Poetry Month, each Friday afternoon we’re...– Fremantle Press: Friday afternoon with dotdotdash
Poetica - 25 June 2011 - Czeslaw Milosz: selected... →
To celebrate the centenary of his birth and a global conference in his honour, Poetica presents the poetry of Czeslaw Milosz.
National Symposium – Program Highlights |... →
On Saturday 1 October, join poets Lucy Dougan, Dennis Haskell, Paul Hetherington, Bronwyn Lea, Peter Minter, Jaya Savige, Michael Sharkey, Sandra Thibodeaux, Philip Salom, Jennifer Harrison and many others for conversation, debates and arguments, readings and exploration. Get your early bird tickets here.
Positive Words Magazine is seeking submissions of poetry and prose for the...– Wet Ink for Hungry Minds: a Blog for AustralianReader.com: Call for Submissions: Positive Words Magazine
Naps are essential to my process. Not dreams, but that state adjacent to sleep,...– William Gibson (via theparisreview)
As it nears an important anniversary and prepares to move into a lavish new...– Poetry Foundation and Poetry magazine still hearing criticism even as they move in new direction - chicagotribune.com
A gorgeous edition of selected poems by Charles Baudelaire has recently come to...– BOOKTRYST: A Beautifully Illustrated Baudelaire
what? | Flarf-ku →
Flarf-ku Flarf Haiku = Flarf-ku
On the future of the book. James Gleick For some kinds of books the writing is...– On the future of the book. James Gleick | SlowTV | The Monthly
Going Down Swinging Digital (#31) One of Australia’s oldest literature/arts...– Going Down Swinging Digital (#31) | Australian Poetry
Fremantle Press: Friday afternoon with Emma... →
My author blurb says that I divide my time between Canberra and Wollongong. That word ‘between’ is in some ways the most important part of the description. I spend ten to twelve hours a week - two of my seven evenings - travelling between my home bases, looking out trains or bus windows, often writing about what I see, sometimes just staring into the dark. Rather fewer of my evenings are...
PAN Magazine needs you! | Another Lost Shark →
If you are not one of the lucky ones who has a copy of Issue #1 of PAN Magazine, then you may have to wait until one pops up on e-bay, as the issue was so successful that it sold out two print runs. Not bad for a completely independent magazine! To keep PAN completely independent and publishing the best in poetry, fiction, art, music, design and photography, here’s how you can help… Crowd...
Flavorwire » The 30 Harshest Author-on-Author... →
The Red Room Company’s major project for 2011 is Clubs and Societies; a...– Johanna Featherstone of The Red Room Company discusses alternative approaches to publishing poetry · SPUNC: Small Press Underground Networking Community
It’s pretty clear that online congress is already the most effective way to get...– Terri-ann White discusses UWAP’s new website · SPUNC: Small Press Underground Networking Community
Jane Joritz-Nakagawa’s “notational” furthers an Identity Positioning System that...– notational by Jane Joritz-Nakagawa in Poetry
A new opportunity for ATSI writers! Aboriginal poets Ali Cobby Eckermann and...– The Black Book - Professional Development
Poetry Assessments « NSW Writers' Centre →
You write your poems but sometimes wonder how to tell if they’re any good. You think they could be better, but want some objective feedback. You get rejections from journals but no advice on how you can improve your work. If this sounds like you, then you’re in luck! It’s difficult to find a service that provides professional feedback for poets on their work – until now. The NSW Writers’ Centre...
This is an open call to New Zealand and Australian poets for submissions to...– hi spirits: Call for Submissions: Eye to the Telescope
Rae Armantrout reading.
Vis Po and Book Art →