Australian Poetry Journal, the biannual publication published by Australian Poetry, offers a national focus for poetry and criticism. It includes contributions from established writers and from new voices. All in all, APJ indicates a cheering and cohering centre of gravity for all things poetic in contemporary Australia.
A cheering centre of gravity
Australian Poetry Journal Volume 2.1 technology
edited by Bronwyn Lea
Australian Poetry, $25 pb, 127 pp, 9780987176530
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Rose Lucas is Melbourne poet, critic and academic. She works at Victoria University and her next poetry collection, Unexpected Clearing (UWAP), is due out in February 2016.
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