Meidl, E, Artkosmos-Fragmente. Stefan Holitschke. 2011, Polar Record, 49, (2) pp. e10. ISSN 0032-2474 (2013) [Review Single Work]
Stefan Holitschke's slim volume adds to the vast amount of Arctic and Antarctic lyric responses to the extreme environments of the polar regions.
Published by Asaro Verlag 2011 , its cover shows an ice carving of a polar bear whose head seems to have suffered from melting. Arktokosmos is a curious edition which does not give any inforn:iation about the author: one must google his biographical details to find out that his 'lyrical fragments' were written as a result of wintering on Spitsbergen. According to his own web site he is a 'dedicated IT specialist with additional skills in circumpolar studies, law, economy and energy business'. Arktokosmos seems to be Holitschke's first foray into poetry.
|Item Type:||Review Single Work|
|Research Division:||Indigenous Studies|
|Research Group:||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, language and history|
|Research Field:||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander literature, journalism and professional writing|
|Objective Division:||Culture and Society|
|Objective Field:||Communication across languages and culture|
|UTAS Author:||Meidl, E (Dr Eva Meidl)|
|Deposited By:||School of Humanities|
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