Writing to the Wire

Writing to the Wire

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Writing to the Wire by Dan Disney

Surely we are better than this? The seeking of asylum in Australia has been politicised in recent decades. Our national conversation has vilified people fleeing persecution and desensitised the Australian polity to human suffering. We are further marginalising the most vulnerable groups in the world and at greater expense than accommodating refugees in the community. What impact does this have upon our collective ethics and national identity? And if our public conversation is steering us into murky moral territory, where may a dissenting voice be heard?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781742588605
Publisher: UWA Publishing
Publication date: 08/01/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 232
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Dan Disney is an Australian poet whose previous collections include and then when the, published by John Leonard Press in 2011 and either, Orpheus, published by UWA Publishing in 2016. He is also coeditor of a forthcoming collection Writing to the Wire, to be released by UWA Publishing in 2016. Dan Disney teaches in the Literature Department at Sogang University, Seoul.
Kit Kelen is an Australian poet, scholar and visual artist, and Professor of English at the University of Macau, where he has taught Creative Writing and Literature for the last sixteen years. Volumes of his poetry have been published in Chinese, Portuguese, French, Italian, Swedish, Indonesian and Filipino languages. Japanese and Spanish collections are currently in preparation.

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