Ep 196. James Jiang: A certain claustrophobia

‘There’s something fraught about even the most informal encounters…’

Show notes

James Jiang’s article in the ABR: Blurb Praise and Hot Takes
Gareth Morgan’s review of Petra White’s Cities
Ben Etherington’s article The Poet Tasters
Ep 148. with Loki Liddle
The inimitable Martin Duwell
Ep 78. with Lisa Gorton
Fostered alike by beauty and by fear (Wordsworth)
Art historian Charles Harrison
The Lyre in the Pawnshop: Essays on Literature and Survival, 1974-1984
by Fay Zwicky
Go to Archives Fine Books before James buys all the good stuff
Ep 194. on teachers
The Barron Field Experience (with Justin, Adam & Brian.)
Writing Australian Unsettlement by Michael Farrell
Ned Kelly’s Jerilderie letter
Eve-Song by Dame Mary Gilmore
Intro/outro: Lights On A Leash by CIVL CIVIC

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