Stuart Cooke


Stuart Cooke is a poet and critic based on the Gold Coast, where he lectures in creative writing and literary studies at Griffith University. His books include Speaking the Earth’s Languages: A Theory for Australian-Chilean Postcolonial Poetics (Rodopi, 2013), George Dyu?gayan’s Bulu Line: A West Kimberley Song Cycle (Puncher & Wattmann, 2014), and two collections of poetry, Opera (Five Islands Press, 2016) and Edge Music (IP, 2011).

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