Special Issues Series
Number 54 June 2019

Writing and researching (in) the regions

Edited by Nike Sulway, Lynda Hawryluk and Moya Costello



Nike Sulway, Lynda Hawryluk and Moya Costello
Introduction: Writing and researching (in) the regions

Jane Palmer
Writing to perform the region: Making ‘somewhereness’ visible in post-colonisation Australia

Louise Henry
A perspective from the periphery: Re-imagining regional North Queensland women’s stories using historical fiction

John Charles Ryan
Writing the New England tablelands region of Australia: Radical plant poetry and the Gorge-text

Sophie Masson
Wearing many hats: Literary creative practice in New England

Glenn Morrison, Raelke Grimmer and Adelle Sefton-Rowston
Borderlands: Scoping the publishing landscape for a regional Australian literary journal

Nicole Anae
‘Is Boggabilla where Bill takes a dump?’: Writing an Australian literary regionalism: stories and poetry published in Idiom 23 literary magazine, 2016-2018

Claire Hansen
‘Tongues in trees’: Reimagining the regions through pastoral place-based pedagogy

Donna Lee Brien and Elizabeth Ellison
‘I feel I have found a tribe’: Investigating the Moodle discussion board writing of regional postgraduate creative practitioners

Threasa Meads
Liminal interventions in the regional writing classroom

Lynda Hawryluk, Emma Doolan and Moya Costello
Ready for work: Educating literary professionals in a region

Novel extract:

Christine Tondorf


Kate Cantrell
No safety in numbers: Sally Piper’s The Geography of Friendship




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TEXT Special Issue No 54 Writing and researching (in) the regions
June 2019
Editors: Nike Sulway, Lynda Hawryluk and Moya Costello
TEXT Special Issues Editor: Dallas John Baker
General Editor: Nigel Krauth