Features - January 2012

Fifty-one contemporary poets from Australia: Part 2

Two pieces by Pete Spence.

The second installment of Pam Brown’s feature “Fifty-one Contemporary poets from Australia” (ordered, “[i]n the interest of objectivity,” by “a recently invented ‘downunder’ method — the reverse alphabet”) includes work from Pete Spence, Jaya Savige, Tracy Ryan, Gig Ryan, David Prater, Peter Minter, Geraldine McKenzie, David McCooey, John Mateer, and Cameron Lowe, along with artwork by Spence. You can read Brown’s introduction here, and the first installment can be found here. — Michael S. Hennessey

Fifty-one contemporary poets from Australia: Part 1

Paul Sloan, "Untitled" (gouache on paper, 2011).

The first installment of Pam Brown’s feature devoted to “Fifty-one Contemporary Poets from Australia” (ordered, “[i]n the interest of objectivity,” by “a recently invented ‘downunder’ method — the reverse alphabet”), includes work from Mark Young, Tim Wright, Fiona Wright, Adrian Wiggins, Alan Wearne, Corey Wakeling, Ann Vickery, John Tranter, James Stuart, and Amanda Stewart, along with artwork by Louis Armand and Paul Sloan.  You can read Brown’s introduction, along with future installments of the feature, hereMichael S. Hennessey