Critical

Books

•   Ann Vickery, Maryanne Dever, and Sally Newman. The Intimate Archive: Journeys through Private Papers (Canberra: National Library of Australia, 2009).

•   Ann Vickery. Stressing the Modern: Cultural Politics in Australian Women’s Poetry (Cambridge, UK: Salt, 2007).

•   Ann Vickery. Leaving Lines of Gender: A Feminist Genealogy of Language Writing (Wesleyan University Press, 2000)

Edited Collections

•   Vickery, Ann, Daniel Marshall, and Emma Whatman. “Queer Legacies, New Solidarities,” Hecate 44.1-2 (2018).

•   Sim, Lorraine and Ann Vickery, eds. “Modernism, Intimacy, and Emotion,” special issue of Affirmations: Of the Modern 1.2 (2014).

•   Alizadeh, Ali and Ann Vickery, eds. “The Political Imagination: Postcolonial and Diasporic Contemporary Poetries,” special issue of Southerly 73.1 (2013).

•   Vickery, Ann, ed. “Masque,” Cordite Poetry Review 43 (2013). http://cordite.org.au/content/poetry/masque/.

•   Vickery, Ann and John Hawke, eds. Poetry and the Trace. (Glebe: Puncher & Wattmann, 2013).

•   Vickery, Ann, Daniel Marshall, and Emma Whatman. “Queer Legacies, New Solidarities,” Hecate 44.1-2 (2018).

•   Sim, Lorraine and Ann Vickery, eds. “Modernism, Intimacy, and Emotion,” special issue of Affirmations: Of the Modern 1.2 (2014).

•   Alizadeh, Ali and Ann Vickery, eds. “The Political Imagination: Postcolonial and Diasporic Contemporary Poetries,” special issue of Southerly 73.1 (2013).

•   Vickery, Ann, ed. “Masque,” Cordite Poetry Review 43 (2013). http://cordite.org.au/content/poetry/masque/.

•   Vickery, Ann and John Hawke, eds. Poetry and the Trace. (Glebe: Puncher & Wattmann, 2013).

•   Vickery, Ann, and Margaret Henderson, eds. Manifesting Australian Literary Feminisms: Nexus & Faultlines (Ipswich: Australian Literary Studies, 2009). Also published as a special issue of Australian Literary Studies 24.3-4 (2009). Scimago Q3.

Articles

•   Vickery, Ann. “Art and Acts of Seeing in the Work of John Kinsella,” Angelaki (forthcoming 2020).

•   Vickery, Ann. “Revaluing Memoir and Rebuilding Mothership in Maggie Nelson’s The Argonauts,” Australian Literary Studies 35.1 (2020).

•   Vickery, Ann. “When Person and Public are Hard to Square: Transnational Singularity in Martin Johnson’s ‘In Transit,’” JASAL 18.2 (2018).

•   Vickery, Ann. “On the Social Value of Poetry and Poetry Scholarship,” Paideuma 44 (2017): 127-41.

•   Vickery, Ann. “When She Refuses to Settle: Reading Adolescent Female Sexuality and Sexual Abuse in the Poetry of Genna Gardini and Kate Lilley,” Wasafiri: International Contemporary Writing 31.2 (June 2016): 68-73. Scimago: Q3

•   Vickery, Ann. “Ghostly Sisters: Feminist Collaborative Performance in Australia,” Axon: Creative Explorations 10 (2016).  Web.

  • Vickery, Ann. “Against Colony Collapse Disorder: Settler Mess in the Cells of Contemporary Australian Poetry,” Cordite Poetry Review 48 (2014): n.pag. Joint publication in Arc Poetry Magazine 73 (Winter 2014): 58-76.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Kind of, In Kind: The Politics of Circulating Feeling in the Writing of Juliana Spahr,” Axon: Creative Explorations 4 (2014). Web.

•   Sim, Lorraine and Ann Vickery, “New Feelings: Modernism, Intimacy, and Emotion,” Affirmations: Of the Modern 1.2 (2014): 1-14.

•   Vickery, Ann and Ali Alizadeh, “The Political Imagination: Postcolonialism and Diaspora in Contemporary Australian Poetry,” Southerly 73.1 (2013): 7-21.

•   Vickery, Ann, Maryanne Dever and Sally Newman. “The Intimate Archive,” Archives and Manuscripts 38.1 (2010):94-137. Scimago: Q2

•   Vickery, Ann. “An Uncanny Vernacular: Comparing the Radical Modernisms of Lorine Niedecker and Lesbia Harford,” Hecate 35.1-2 (2009):77-93.

•   Vickery, Ann and Margaret Henderson. “Manifesting Australian Literary Feminisms,” Australian Literary Studies 24.3-4 (2009): 1-19. Scimago: Q3

•   Vickery, Ann. “Feminine Transports and Transformations: Textual Performances of Australian Women Convicts and Emigrants from 1788 to 1850,” JASAL 7 (2007): 71-84.

•   Vickery, Ann. “The Rise of ‘Women’s Poetry’ in the 1970s: An Initial Survey into New Australian Poetry, the Women’s Movement, and a Matrix of Revolutions,” Australian Feminist Studies 22.53 (July 2007): 269-89. Scimago; Q2

•   Vickery, Ann. “A ‘Lonely Crossing’: Approaching Nineteenth-Century Australian Women’s Poetry,” Victorian Poetry 40.1 (Spring 2002): 33-53. Scimago: Q1

•   Vickery, Ann. “Shifting Homeland: Viewing the Post-Pastoral Subject in John Kinsella’s The Radnoti Poems,” Sulfur 44 (Spring 1999): 177-88.

Rpt. in Fairly Obsessive: The Works of John Kinsella. Ed. Rod Mengham and Glen Phillips. North Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 2000. 176-93.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Finding Grace: Modernity and the Ineffable in the Poetry of Rae Armantrout and Fanny Howe,” Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 37 (1998): 143-64.

Revised and rpt. in “A Wild Salience”: The Writing of Rae Armantrout. Ed. Tom Beckett. Cleveland, OH: Burning Press, 2000. 55-74.

•   Vickery, Ann. “The Quiet Rupture: Susan Howe’s The Liberties and the Feminine Marginalia of Literary History.” Southerly 57.1 (Autumn 1997): 91-102.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Beyond Strictly Verse and Pulp Diction: Approaching a Postmodern Poetics in Australian Writing via some Language Poetry Shortcuts.” Salt 9 (1996): 126-150.

CHAPTERS

•    Vickery, Ann. “Revising an Australian Mythos,” New Directions in Contemporary Australian Poetry. Ed. Dan Disney and Matthew Hall. Palgrave, forthcoming 2020.

•    Vickery, Ann. “Changing Topographies, New Feminisms, and Women Poets,” The Cambridge Companion to American Poetry in the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Timothy Yu. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2020.

•    Vickery, Ann. “Between Housework and Carrying Her Home: Natalie Harkin’s Reparative Poetics.” Feeding the Ghost 1: Criticism on Contemporary Australian Poetry. Ed. Andy Kissane and David Musgrave. Newcastle: Puncher and Wattmann, 2018. 336-55.

•    Vickery, Ann. “Australian Women’s Poetry and Feminism,” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.

•    Vickery, Ann. “‘In the Merry Foam’: The Minor Intimacy of Frank O’Hara and Jane Freilicher,” Lovers of My Orchards: Writers and Artists on Frank O’Hara. Ed. Olivier Brossard. Paris: Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée, 2017. 233-51.

•   Vickery, Ann and Kate Fagan. “‘The whole reflected world shuddering’: Active Aesthetics and Contemporary Australian Poetry,” Active Aesthetics: Contemporary Australian Poetry ed. Daniel Benjamin and Claire Marie Stancek. Berkeley: Tuumba Press, 2016. 17-28 

•    Vickery, Ann. “Crossing Geographies, Crossing Languages,” The Cambridge Companion of Twentieth Century American Women Poets. Ed. Linda Kinnahan. Cambridge University Press, 2016. 274-88.

•   Vickery, Ann. “In/Complete: Locating Origins of the Poet in Jennifer Moxley’s In Memoriams to Helena Bennett,” Among Friends: Engendering the Social Site of Poetry. Ed. Anne Dewey and Libbie Rifkin. Iowa City: U of Iowa Press, 2013.

•   Vickery, Ann. “‘A Strange Tissue of Space and Time’: Poetry and the Trace,” Poetry and the Trace, ed. Ann Vickery and John Hawke. Glebe: Puncher & Wattmann, 2013.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Anthologies and the Anti-Republic of Australian Gay and Lesbian Poetry,” Republics of Letters: Literary Communities in Australia, ed. Robert Dixon and Peter Kirkpatrick. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2012. 257-66.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Bourdieu at Balmain, or a Few Field Notes on John Tranter and Contemporary Australian Poetry,” The John Tranter Companion, ed. Rod Mengham. Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2010. 116-39.

•   Vickery, Ann. “From Being Drafted to a Draft of Being: Rachel Blau DuPlessis and the Reconceptualisation of the Feminist Avant-Garde,” Avant-Post: The Viability of the Avant-Garde in “Post” Conditions, ed. Louis Armand. Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2006. 133-59.

•   Vickery, Ann. “John Kinsella,” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Australian Literature 1975-2000, Vol. 325. Ed. Selina Samuels. Detroit: Gale, 2006. 186-95.

•   Vickery, Ann. “From ‘Girl-Gladness’ to ‘Honied Madness’: Pleasure and the Girl in the Poetry of Zora Cross.” Australian Literary Studies in the 21st Century: Proceedings of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature Twenty-Second Annual Conference. Ed. Philip Mead. Melbourne: Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 2001. 219-26.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Anna Wickham.” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 240. Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Women Poets. Ed. William B. Thesing. Detroit: Gale, 2001. 345-51.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Ready-Made Dissidence? The Figure of the Factory Girl in Modern Australian Poetry,” Australian Writing and the City: Proceedings of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature Twenty-First Annual Conference. Ed. Fran de Groen and Ken Stewart. Sydney: Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 2000. 46-53.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Screen Memories: Challenging Cultures of Viewing in John Kinsella’s Full Fathom Five.” Fairly Obsessive: The Works of John Kinsella. Ed. Rod Mengham and Glen Phillips. North Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 2000. 67-88.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Between a Modernist Passport and House Arrest: Anna Wickham and the Question of Cultural Identity.” Soundings: Poetry and Poetics. Ed. Lyn Jacobs and Jeri Kroll (Kent Town, SA: Wakefield Press, 1998): 26-36.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Rae Armantrout.” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 193. American Poets Since World War II. Ed. Joseph Conte. Detroit: Gale Publications, 1998. 10-20.

•   Vickery, Ann. “Poetic Form and Cultural Politics: Protean Linkages between Language Poetry and Feminist Critique.” The Space of Poetry: Australian Essays on Contemporary Poetics. Eds. Lyn McCredden and Stephanie Trigg. Melbourne University Literary and Cultural Studies, Vol 3. (Parkville: University of Melbourne, 1996) 13-28.

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