‘All the world’s a stage’: Place and Identity in David de Vaux’s Cassowary Hill

Authors

  • Stephen Torre James Cook University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25120/etropic.15.1.2016.3307

Abstract

Several decades ago or more when art was thought of as a liminal flicker at best of North Queensland culture in the anthropological sense, a handful of writers were trying to establish creative writing as a presence. Writing and publishing is a mostly exclusively metropolitan creative industry, so writers often struggle to be published and read outside urban areas. There are still challenges to being a writer in North Queensland—as described in Elizabeth Smyth’s 2016 piece for Meanjin Quarterly, “Sunday Bldy Sunday”.

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Published

2016-08-02

How to Cite

Torre, S. (2016). ‘All the world’s a stage’: Place and Identity in David de Vaux’s Cassowary Hill. ETropic: Electronic Journal of Studies in the Tropics, 15(1). https://doi.org/10.25120/etropic.15.1.2016.3307