This research examines the question: How might the juxtapositional nature of the haiku form of poetry be used as a vehicle for claiming or re-claiming real 'space' in the form of a family home? The work contributes to existing scholarship examining the intersections of poetry and lived experience. It is innovative in its use of returned mail as a vehicle for the thematic concerns of the individual poems, as well as for the broader ideas explored in the overall work.
|Place of Publication||Belconnen ACT|
|Publisher||Centre for Creative and Cultural Research, University of Canberra|
|Publication status||Published - 7 Aug 2015|