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Blog posts about the new anthology
Martin Langford, one of the editors of the new P&W anthology Contemporary Australian Poetry, is our current guest blogger. In 'Anthologies and the visibility of the poem', he writes "One of the impulses behind putting the anthology together was the sense that it was becoming increasingly difficult for good poetry to become visible. Some of the problems are well-known, and don’t need much re-statement. Australia is a big country: it can be difficult enough to establish a readership in one’s immediate networks, but almost impossible to do so beyond them."
Visit the P&W blog to read 'What might an anthology of the future look like? What do changes in the nature of the space the poem is written for imply about the poem itself?', 'Poetry and the Anxieties of the Narrative', and 'Free Verse in 2017'.
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