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With writing and ideas from David Malouf, Julie Dowling, Rose Lucas, Ambelin Kwaymullina, Paul Hetherington, Michael Farrell, Anne Alvey, and John Kinsella and Fay Zwicky, and many more.
Featuring an impressive list of over 40 writers, issue 63.2 of Westerly features a special on women’s poetry, with special features from The Northam Noongar Poetry Project and a selection of the finest prose poetry from women writers around the world.
A Unique and Necessary Form
Writer as Translator: on translation and postmodern appropriation in Nicholas Jose's The Red Thread: A Love Story
Literature, Resistance, and First Nations Futures: storytelling from an Australian Indigenous women's standpoint in the twenty-first century and beyond
Bilingualism and Cultural Translation: on the dilemma of migration in Ouyang Yu's 'The English Class'
If You Can't See Me, I Can't See You
The Mañana Approach
From Under the Ground
Caution Submerged Steps
Rose van Son
All of the Relatives
Removed: an excerpt from 'Shared lives on Nigena country'
Mohammed Massoud Morsi
The Otway's Panther: a creative non-fiction
The Northam Noongar Poetry Project
A Bush Walk
Story of My Life
Rise Up and Be Strong
Namatjira's Ghost Gums
Hotel del Coronado
Robin, Morghyn, Mother
Settler Meets Sky
A Steely Nerve
A Victory Grin
The Architecture of Grief
Gracenotes & Endnotes
International Prose Poetry
Divination: Linen and Dolphins
The Patchwork Boy
Suitable for Framing
Julie Dowling and Elfie Shiosaki
Sovereignty, Self-Determination and Speaking Our Freedoms: an interview with Julie Dowling
John Kinsella and Fay Zwicky
Interview with Fay Zwicky (1995)
Age of Dust: a review of Walking with Camels: The Story of Bertha Strehlow