Chief Investigator’s Introduction

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Abstract

Of all literary modes poetry is perhaps the one least committed to instrumentality: it has a very minor presence in the Australian curriculum, and there is neither a popular audience nor large-scale market-oriented production for contemporary English-language poetry.
Despite this apparent condition of deficit in the art form, there is a substantial population of poets across the world, possessed of substantial social, intellectual and cultural capital.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEveryday words &​ creative practice
Subtitle of host publicationTen Australian poets in conversation
EditorsJen Webb, Monica Carroll
Place of PublicationWaratah, NSW
PublisherPuncher and Wattmann
Pages1-5
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)9781925780178
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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    Webb, J. (2019). Chief Investigator’s Introduction. In J. Webb, & M. Carroll (Eds.), Everyday words &​ creative practice: Ten Australian poets in conversation (pp. 1-5). Puncher and Wattmann.