Travelling Without Gods

A Chris Wallace-Crabbe Companion

Cassandra Atherton
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Travelling Without Gods

Published

2 June 2014

ISBN

9780522864519

Pages

234

Weight

489g

Size

232mm x 153mm

Imprint

Melbourne University Press

Travelling Without Gods

A Chris Wallace-Crabbe Companion

Cassandra Atherton
Travelling without Gods celebrates the life and work of one of Australia's key contemporary writers, Chris Wallace-Crabbe.
Wide-ranging in theme and context, it explores the imaginative effects of his writing. A tribute to Chris on the occasion of this eightieth birthday, and in many ways it suggests an alternative cultural history of Australia since the 1950s.
Containing biographical and critical pieces, poems (including new work by Chris) and essays that respond to his career Travelling without Gods takes account of the decades in which he has written. It illuminates, celebrates and critiques his work in its various contexts.
Travelling without Gods also offers, importantly, a sample of Chris Wallace-Crabbe's unpublished journals, as well as photography that displays both his life and his relationship with the visual arts.
Contributors include David Malouf, Patrick McCaughey, Judith Bishop, Alastair Niven, Peter Rose, Peter Goldsworthy and more.
Wide-ranging in theme and context, it explores the imaginative effects of his writing. A tribute to Chris on the occasion of this eightieth birthday, and in many ways it suggests an alternative cultural history of Australia since the 1950s.
Containing biographical and critical pieces, poems (including new work by Chris) and essays that respond to his career Travelling without Gods takes account of the decades in which he has written. It illuminates, celebrates and critiques his work in its various contexts.
Travelling without Gods also offers, importantly, a sample of Chris Wallace-Crabbe's unpublished journals, as well as photography that displays both his life and his relationship with the visual arts.
Contributors include David Malouf, Patrick McCaughey, Judith Bishop, Alastair Niven, Peter Rose, Peter Goldsworthy and more.

Cassandra Atherton

Cassandra Atherton

Cassandra Atherton is a widely anthologised prose poet and an expert on prose poetry. She was a Visiting Scholar in English at Harvard University and a Visiting Fellow at Sophia University, Tokyo. She is the recipient of national and international research grants and awards and has judged numerous poetry awards including the Victorian Premier’s Prize for Poetry, the joanne burns award and the Lord Mayor’s Prize for Poetry. Cassandra’s books of prose poetry include Exhumed

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