May 2014, no. 361

May 2014, no. 361

Welcome to the May issue! Our main feature is our Peter Porter Poetry Prize shortlist for 2014 – featuring poems by Elizabeth Allen, Nathan Curnow, Paul Kane, and Jessica L. Wilkinson. Ann-Marie Priest is the author of the first of our Calibre-shortlisted essays: a long study of Henry Handel Richardson’s relationship with Olga Roncoroni. Also in the May issue: Joan Beaumont on the commercialisation of the Anzacs, Kevin Rabalais on David Malouf, and reviews of new fiction by Tony Birch, Siri Hustvedt, and Robert Hillman. Henry Reynolds reviews Tom Lawson’s new work on the Tasmanian genocide, and Richard J. Martin explores Aboriginal political agency.

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YA Fiction

The One and Only Jack Chant by Rosie Borella & The Haunting of Lily Frost by Nova Weetman

Journals

The Sleepers Almanac: No. 9 edited by Zoe Dattner and Louise Swinn

Poetry

Personal Weather by Peter Bakowski

Fiction

The Loud Earth by Elisabeth Murray

Fiction

Personal Effects by Carmel Macdonald Grahame

Fiction

Joyful by Robert Hillman

Fiction

Cairo by Louis Armand

Fiction

Only the Animals by Ceridwen Dovey

Education

The Value of the Humanities by Helen Small

Fiction

The Strays by Emily Bitto

Fiction

Alfonso by Félix Calvino

Literary Studies

The Dream of the Great American Novel by Lawrence Buell

Essay Collection

A First Place by David Malouf

Fiction

The Blazing World by Siri Hustvedt

Short Stories

The Promise by Tony Birch

Fiction

In Certain Circles by Elizabeth Harrower