PEACH Editorial: Lucy Van, Ling Toong and George Mouratidis

Artwork:
12 Works by Nicci Haynes

Essays:
Australian Marginalia: Encounters with Australia in Raymond Roussel, John Ashbery and Georges Perec by Brendan Casey
Phantasmagorically Noh: The Blindness and Rage of Brian Castro Deconstructed by Javant Biarujia
Mosaically Speaking: Pieces of Lionel Fogarty’s Poetics by Tyne Daile Sumner
System as Sociopath: Poetics, Politics and Nursing in a Letter from the States by Cassie Lewis

Chapbooks:
Homecoming | Beside | Eclipse: poems from Diana Khoi Nguyen
7 Poems by Sumudu Samarawickrama

Translations:
6 Dimitris Troaditis Translations by George Mouratidis
5 Self-translations by Albena Todorova
6 Nora Iuga Translations by Diana Manole and Adam Sorkin

Interviews:
‘Beware! This is not a real biography!’: Ali Alizadeh Interviews Jessica L Wilkinson
‘To map the language I write in’: Jo Langdon Interviews Albena Todorova

And 81 new poems selected by Lucy Van, Ling Toong and George Mouratidis:
If/Shall
by M. NourbeSe Philip
A Response to Linton Kwesi Johnson’s Call
by Sista Zai Zanda, George Kanjere and ThirdZai
CURB 2
by Divya Victor
Kōrerorero / the say-so
by Maraea Rakuraku
On Blood and Handprints
by Sharifa Tartoussi
Letter to Blair from Home
by Gavin Yuan Gao
sweet new-season duds
by Jen Crawford
Fitting
by Anne Carly Abad
After
by Eileen Chong
Floating point
by Chris Holdaway
Circus Poem
by Rose Hunter
Seeing Eyes
by Nii Ayikwei Parkes
Waiting for the Militants
by Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih
Nature’s Terror
by Leroy Wilson
resistance in 10 parts
by Victoria Brookman
City of Bones
by Ajibola Tolase
Clinton Rec Centre
by Christina Donoghue
?
by Peter O'Mara
Wattlebird
by Allan Lake
Don’t look too closely
by Ellen Shelley
Antonio Gramsci
by Rebecca Ruth Gould
South
by Ben Walter
And This Too Shall Pass
by Sumudu Samarawickrama
Sanctuary
by Ian C Smith
colonial levity
by Jerzy Beaumont
Dirty Talk
by Alex Creece
A Study of Cowardice
by Alfonso Manalastas
nerve damage
by Jonathan Dunk
Broken in Two
by Bronwyn Rennex
N.F.S. (No Further Stay)
by Reagan R Maiquez
Tlatelolco
by Lucas Smith
mincemeat
by R C deWinter
A Day for Rain
by Derek Chan
Lament for a Friend
by John Stokes
Wake, [Anon]
by Sophia Terazawa
Gotta Eat
by Eva Birch
Burial
by Frances Olive
Middle Finger
by Brendan Bonsack
Bravo
by KA Rees
Revolution or Catastrophe
by Stephen Collis
On the Level
by Nellie Le Beau
Choristi
by Con Karavias
Black May 1992, Bangkok
by Peter Burges
Shi Jianmin
by Ouyang Yu
Stand-off
by Rita Tognini
you have built
by Mingji Liu
Obligations of Voice
by Anne Elvey
Acting in Awe
by Autumn Royal
Honey
by Alice Savona
Triple
by Raelee Lancaster
Woomera
by Em K?nig
The Five Stages of Grief
by Kate Cantrell
Sweetness
by Corin Arenas
Anecdote
by Caed Scott
Dream# The Re/locations
by Tom Hennemann
Undoubt
by Esther Rivers
The Poet and the Pig
by Hedgie Choi and Moon Bo Young
Manky Bandaid Sandwich
by Ann Vickery
Memories of a Revolution
by Jennifer Mackenzie
Spherical Aberration, One
by Jason Han Chong Wee
Lines
by Tim Loveday
No-one Listened
by Harold Legaspi
 
 

CORDITE POETRY REVIEW
ISSUE 93: PEACH

Released: 1 November 2019


ESSAYS

mẹo chơi bóng đá ảo

Friday, November 1st, 2019

On 23 April 1979, Blair Peach, a teacher from New Zealand, was killed by a blow to the head delivered by an officer of the Metropolitan Police Force Special Patrol Group (SPG).

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REVIEWS

Pascalle Burton Reviews Jackson’s A Coat of Ashes

Friday, November 15th, 2019

One part is conceptualising and ordering the world and the other is accepting the world as it is. – Agnès Varda

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INTERVIEWS

‘To map the language I write in’: Jo Langdon Interviews Albena Todorova

Friday, November 1st, 2019

Image courtesy of Albena Todorova Albena Todorova is a Bulgarian writer currently living and working in London. She is the author of three books of poetry: an award-winning self-published debut, poems (stihotvoreniya) (2014); Poems That Make You Want to Love …

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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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Submission to Cordite 96: NO THEME IX

Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

No theme, no rules, except for one: send us your best poems.

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