John Kinsella

The Land’s Meaning by Randolph Stow

Dennis Haskell
Thursday, 30 August 2012

Randolph Stow, who died in 2010 aged seventy-four, must now be considered part of the Australian canon, whether that concept is conceived broadly or as a smaller cluster of Leavisian peaks. This status derives from his eight novels, which include the Miles Franklin Award-winner To the Islands (1958), the celebrated children’s book Midnite: The Story o ...

'Emily Poems', a new poem by John Kinsella

John Kinsella
Sunday, 22 April 2012

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Surrounded by the countless dead
And restrained in illness to her bed
The hilltipped winds that seared her face
Made her young as they made her old

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Head tilts to strings
beyond setting –
cross-notes of talk,
gallery folk

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