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Ivor Indyk

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Ivor Indyk's current research projects include the history of Australian literary publishing, and the expression of awkwardness and embarrassment in Australian literature. He is the founding editor of HEAT magazine and publisher of the Giramondo book imprint, now housed within the Writing and Society Research Group.

Giramondo's recent publications include David Walker's Not Dark Yet, Brian Castro's The Bath Fugues, Alexis Wright's Miles Franklin Award winner Carpentaria, and the poetry collections Storm and Honey by Judith Beveridge and Pirate Rain by Jennifer Maiden. A critic, essayist and reviewer, he has written a monograph on David Malouf, and essays on many aspects of Australian literature.

Ivor's research interests include Australian literarature, literary publishing and creative writing.

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