- Joe Lynch, Bohemian Hero of Five Bells
Prominent among the wilder bohemians of Sydney in the 1920s was Joseph Lynch, a gifted black-and-white artist originally from New Zealand. Jack Lindsay placed him…1 May 1988
- Sheer Voice and Fidget Wheels: A Study of 'Five Bells'
A close reading of Slessor's poem grounded in consideration of the poetic 'I'. 'Except at certain deliberate points 'Five Bells' tends to make the speaking…1 May 1988
- The Significance of Littoral in Beverley Farmer’s Novel The Seal Woman
This essay ‘offers some thoughts on the transformative possibility of the littoral in Beverley Farmer’s novel The Seal Woman, and a brief discussion of…1 October 2009
- Sanctuary and Scars: Salt as a Landscape Element in the Novels and Non-Fiction of Tim Winton
This article argues that salt functions as a transformative marking and shaping agent in Tim Winton’s work. Salt scars both people and place (externally and…2 May 2023