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Title: “A Genius About the Place”: The Phoenix Magazine and Australian modernism
Author: Hoskin, Cheryl
Issue Date: 8-Feb-2021
Abstract: The Adelaide University Union Phoenix magazine (1935-39) contained remarkable student contributions ranging from the Jindyworobaks to avant-garde poems with art by John Dowie and Dorrit Black. In 1940, in reaction to withdrawal of funding, Max Harris, D.B. Kerr, Paul Pfeiffer and Geoffrey Dutton founded the influential Angry Penguins magazine, resulting in artistic collaborations with artists such as Arthur Boyd. With index to Phoenix 1935-1939.
Keywords: Phoenix magazine
Angry Penguins
University of Adelaide
Max Harris
D. B. Kerr
Peter Pfeiffer
Ern Malley
Australian Letters
John Dowie
Charles Jury
Description: Originally presented as a History Festival exhibition, University of Adelaide Library, May 2013.
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