Dr Peter Minter

Senior Lecturer

A20 - John Woolley Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 7448

Biographical details

Dr Peter Minter is Coordinator of the Indigenous Australian Studies Major and Coordinator of Honours in Indigenous Australian Studies. He is an ARC Chief Investigator on the “AustLit: The Australian Literature Resource” consortium, contributing to the national "BlackWords" Aboriginal literature digital humanities infrastructure project.

A leading Australian poet, editor and scholar, Dr Minter’s expertise is concentrated in Indigenous literatures and their interpolations of Australian and transnational modernisms and countermodernisms. His work proposes critical and theoretical affiliations between Indigenous literatures and western cultural formations such as marxism, surrealism, psychoanalysis, economics , ecology, and law. He is particularly interested in comparative and interdisciplinary studies of interactions between Indigenous poetics and cultures of avant-garde experimentalism, the visual arts, cinema, music, resistance politics and ecopoetics. He is uniquely experienced in the history and formation of Australian editing, publishing, critical and archival communities, and is a specialist educator in graduate and postgraduate poetry, poetics and creative writing programs.

Dr Minter is coeditor (with Dr Anita Heiss) of the groundbreaking Macquarie PEN Anthology of Aboriginal Literature, for which they shared the 2008 “Deadly” Award for outstanding literary achievement. He has also edited and coedited a number of highly regarded anthologies and academic journals, include a special “Ecopoetics and Pedagogy” issue of the A* ERA-ranked journal Angelaki: The Journal of the Theoretical Humanities (Routledge, 2009), The Macquarie PEN Anthology of Australian Literature, (published in the United States by W.W. Norton & Co.), Espejo De Tierra: Earth Mirror, an anthology of Chilean Mapuche and Australian Aboriginal poetry and art, and Calyx: 30 Contemporary Australian Poets, in 2000. Between 2000 and 2005 he was Poetry Editor of the A ERA-ranked journal Meanjin, where he also guest edited two special issues (“Poetics” 60.2, 2001 and “BlakTimes” 65.1, 2006). He is presently a contributing editor to Blackbox Manifold (UK) and Poetry Editor of the A ERA-ranked journal Overland. His work has been widely translated and anthologised, appearing in The Penguin Book of Modern Australian Poetry (ed. Tranter and Mead) and The Penguin Anthology of Australian Poetry (ed. Kinsella) among others.

Research interests

  • Aboriginal Literature
  • Aboriginal Poetry and Poetics
  • Australian Literature and Poetry
  • Rhetoric and Aesthetics
  • Ecopoetics and Ecocriticism
  • Romanticism, Modernism and Countermodernism
  • Creative Writing

Teaching and supervision

  • KOCR2612 Introduction to Aboriginal Literature,
  • KOCR3605 Writing Country: Indigenous Ecopoetics,
  • KOCR3612 Transnational Indigenous Poetics, and
  • KCSE3203 Reading Indigenous Writing

Associations

  • 2011-continuing: Poetry Editor, Overland
  • 2009-continuing: Contributing Editor, BlackBox Manifold
  • 2000-2005: Poetry Editor, Meanjin

Awards and honours

  • 2008, "Deadly" Award for an Outstanding Contribution to Aboriginal Literature for the Macquarie Pen Anthology of Aboriginal Literature, with co-editor Dr. Anita Heiss
  • 2000, The Age Poetry Book of the Year, awarded to Empty Texas
  • 1996, NSW Premier’s Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry, Shortlisted, Rhythm in a Dorsal Fin

Selected grants

2013

  • The AustLit Resource: supporting research in studies of Australian literary and narrative cultures; Kilner K, Minter P; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).

2012

  • Writing the World - Transnationalism in Literary Studies; Bandhauer A, Borghesi F, Christie W, Cowan R, Dixon R, Giles P, Karalis V, Kirkpatrick P, Lu Y, Minter P, Morgan P, Parsons N, Rooney B, Suter R, Walsh A; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/FASS Collaborative Research Scheme.
  • Humanities in the digital age: infrastructure for Australian literary studies, publishing studies, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies; Carter D, Minter P; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).

2011

  • Digital Humanities Practice in Australian Literary Studies: Data Development, Structural Enhancement and Open Access Innovation (AustLit Phase IV); Carter D, Minter P; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).

Selected publications & creative works

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Edited Books

  • Jose, N., Cunnane, M., Goldsworthy, K., Heiss, A., McCooey, D., Minter, P., Moore, N., Webby, E. (2009). The Macquarie PEN Anthology of Australian Literature. New York: W.W Norton & Company.
  • Heiss, A., Minter, P. (2008). Anthology of Australian Aboriginal Literature. Canada: McGill-Queen's University Press.
  • Minter, P., Rojas, G. (2008). Espejo de Tierra = Earth mirror. Australia: Chilean Embassy, Australia.
  • Minter, P., Brennan, M. (2000). Calyx: 30 Contemporary Australian Poets. Brooklyn: Paper Bark Press.

Book Chapters

  • Fagan, K., Minter, P. (2010). Murdering alphabets, disorienting romance: John Tranter and postmodern Australian poetics. In Rod Mengham (Eds.), The Salt Companion to John Tranter, (pp. 69-95). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Salt Publishing.
  • Minter, P. (2000). John Kinsella's Poetics of Hybridity. In Rod Mengham and Glen Phillips (Eds.), Fairly Obsessive: Essays on the Works of John Kinsella, (pp. 144-158). Nedlands, WA: Centre for Studies in Australian Literature.

Journals

  • Minter, P. (2013). Archipelagos of Sense: Thinking about a Decolonised Australian Poetics. Southerly, 73(1), 155-169.
  • Minter, P. (2012). Writing Country: Composition, Law and Indigenous Ecopoetics. JASAL - Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 12(1), 1-10.
  • Minter, P. (2005). A Radical Tonic - Review of 'Minyung Woolah Binnung: What Saying Says' by Lionel Fogarty and 'Smoke Encrypted Whispers' by Samuel Wagan Watson. Australian Book Review, (268), 53.
  • Minter, P. (2005). Radiant Impasse - Review of 'Struggle and radiance: ten commentaries' by Jill Jones. Jacket: international poetry and prose magazine, (27).
  • Thorpe, K., Minter, P., Lui-Chivizhe, L., Smith, A. (2004). Indigenous Philosophy in Pedagogy and Research. Synergy, 19.

Edited Journals

  • Fagan, K., Kinsella, J., Minter, P. (2009). Editorial introduction: Ecopoetics And Pedagogies. Angelaki-Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 14(2).
  • Minter, P. (2006). Meanjin: Indigenous Australia. Meanjin, 65(1).
  • Minter, P. (2001). Meanjin: Poetics. Meanjin, 60(2).

Conferences

  • Minter, P., Giggs, R. (2012). NSW Writers' Centre | 1. Emerging Writers' Festival: Peter Minter 2. Emerging Writers' Festival Roadshow podcast: New Nature Writing. NSW Emerging Writers' Festival (2012), Sydney, Australia: The NSW Writers' Centre.
  • Minter, P. (2012). One big anthology: toward an organic, transcultural and transhistorical way of thinking about anthologising and indexing Aboriginal literature. BlackWords 5th Anniversary Celebration and Symposium. AustLit: The Australian Literature Resource.
  • Minter, P. (2012). Toward a Decolonised Australian Poetry. The Political Imagination: Contemporary Postcolonial and Diasporic Poetries, Victoria: Deakin University.
  • Minter, P. (2010). An Introduction to Aboriginal Literature. Aboriginal Studies Association conference, Sydney: Aboriginal Studies Association.
  • Minter, P. (2008). Plastic Weather: The Trash Vortex, Synthetic Romanticism and Ecopoetics. Poetry and the Trace, Melbourne: Monash University Press.
  • Thorpe, K., Lui-Chivizhe, L., Smith, A., Minter, P., Foley, D., Blanchard, M., Johnston, P. (2005). Relevance, Resistance and Responsibility: Teaching and Learning with Indigenous Knowledges in Universities [Pre-conference workshop]. 2005 Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (Herdsa), Milperra, NSW: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia.
  • Thorpe, K., Minter, P. (2004). Indigenous Philosophies and Transformative Pedagogies in University Curricula. The Eleventh International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning.

Textual Creative Works

  • Minter, P. (2013). In the Serious Light of Nothing. Hong Kong, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Chinese University Press.
  • Minter, P. (2013). To the Invisible. Southerly, Sydney, Australia: Brandl & Schlesinger.
  • Minter, P. (2012). 1. Introducing the Overland Emerging Poets Series 2. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Patrick Jones 3. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Sam Langer. Overland Blog (10 September 2012), 10 September 2012, (pp. various - various). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). 1. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Astrid Lorange 2. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Ella O'Keefe. Overland Blog (27 September 2012), 27 September 2012, (pp. various - various). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). 1. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Fiona Hile 2. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Stephen Nichols. Overland Blog (5th October 2012), 5th October 2012, (pp. various - various). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). 1. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Rebecca Kylie Law 2. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Alana Kelsall. Overland Blog (18 September 2012), 18 September 2012, (pp. Various - Various). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). Faecebook. VLAK, VLAK 3, May 14, (pp. 164 - 165). Prague, Czech Republic: Litteraria Pragensia.
  • Minter, P. (2012). In the Serious Light of Nothing. The Best Australian Poems 2012, 2012, (pp. 69 - 70). Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Black Inc.
  • Minter, P. (2012). Lens of the Underground Stream. Rabbit, Number Four: The Pop Issue (Autumn 2012), Number Four: The Pop Issue (Autumn 2012), (pp. 109 - 110). Melbourne, Australia: Rabbit.
  • Minter, P. (2012). Overland Emerging Poets Series: Aden Rolfe. Overland Blog (19 October 2012), 19th October 2012, (pp. 1 - 3). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). Overland Emerging Poets Series: Banjo James. Overland blog (16 November 2012), 16 November 2012, (pp. 1 - 3). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). Overland Emerging Poets Series: Molly Murn. Overland blog (1 November 2012), (pp. 1 - 3). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). The 2011 Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize for New and Emerging Poets. Overland, Issue 206 (Autumn 2012), Issue 206 Autumn, (pp. 54 - 55). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). The Clearing. Rabbit number 6, Number six: The Age Issue, Spring 2012, (pp. 55 - 56). Melbourne, Australia: Rabbit.
  • Minter, P. (2012). The Crow. Meanjin, Vol. 71, No. 1 (Autumn 2012), (pp. 189 - 189). Melbourne, Australia: Meanjin Company Limited.
  • Minter, P. (2012). The Roadside Bramble. Southerly, Volume 72, Issue 1, 72 (1), (pp. 84 - 86). Sydney, Australia: English Association, Sydney Branch.
  • Minter, P. (2012). What is the Question? Michigan Quarterly Review, Vol 51, Issue.3, Summer 2012; 51, 3, (pp. 384 - 385). Ann Arbor, United States of America: University of Michigan.
  • Minter, P. (2011). Peter Minter reports on the 2010 Overland Judith Wright Poetry prize for new and emerging poets. Overland, issue 202, (pp. 45 - 45). Victoria, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2011). The Tree, The Tree. Carved Trees, online, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia: Red Room Company.
  • Minter, P. (2011). To Civil Disobedience and Romantic Love: A Defence of Poetry. Poetry International web, July 1, 2011, (pp. 6 - 18). Rotterdam, Netherlands: Poetry International Web (Rotterdam).
  • Minter, P. (2010). 1. Claustrophilic Lavalliere. Home & Away 2010 A Trans Tasman Poetry Symposium : All together now, (pp. 1 - 4). Auckland, New Zealand: The New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.
  • Minter, P. (2010). Fugue Moment. Jacket 40, (pp. 7 - 8). NSW, Australia: Australian Literary Management.
  • Minter, P. (2010). Science / Con-Science. Explore (Australian Museum) Vol 32 no. 4, (pp. 1 - 3). Sydney, Australia: The Australian Museum.
  • Minter, P. (2009). The Latter Shall Prevail. The Best Australian Poems 2009, (pp. 143 - 145). Victoria, Australia: Black Inc.
  • Minter, P. (2008). 1. Gum Leaf Instruments 2. Face of Night 3. Rural. Zoland Poetry: An Annual of Poems Translations & Interviews, (pp. 187 - 187). Hanover, New Hampshire, United States of America: Zoland Books Steerforth Press.
  • Minter, P. (2007). Settler Cemetery. Poets Paint Words I, (pp. 1 - 2). Newcastle, Australia: Newcastle Region Art Gallery.
  • Minter, P. (2006). 1. Blue grass, (pp. 1 - 115). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Salt Publishing.
  • Minter, P. (2006). Telling our own stories: Peter Minter talks to artist Brook Andrew. (pp. 141 - 148). Victoria, Australia: Meanjin Company Limited.
  • Minter, P. (2005). 1. Extinction 2. Emperor go godspeed. Cordite Poetry Review 22, (pp. 5 - 6). Carlton South Victoria, Australia: Cordite Press Inc..
  • Minter, P. (2005). 1. Jou 2. Assent 3. Quiet Hunt. The Literary Review, 48(2), (pp. 115 - 115). United States of America: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Literary Review.
  • Minter, P. (2005). Amor. Hutt 1.4, (pp. 1 - 2). Australia: Papertiger media inc.
  • Minter, P. (2005). Ken Bolton: in conversation with Peter Minter. Jacket 27, (pp. 1 - 32). Australia: Australian Literary Management.
  • Minter, P., Fagan, K. (2005). Murdering Alphabets, Disorienting Romance: John Tranter and Postmodern Australian Poetics. Jacket 27, (pp. 1 - 26). NSW, Australia: Australian Literary Management.
  • Minter, P. (2005). Political Economy & Raphael's Madonna of the pinks. Jacket 27, (pp. 4 - 8). Balmain NSW, Australia: Australian Literary Management.
  • Minter, P. (2005). Realisable desire. hutt 0.3, (pp. 1 - 1). Australia: papertiger media inc.

Live Performance - Interarts

  • Minter, P. (2009). Prophesize with your pen: can poets change the times they live in?. Festival of Ideas | Writers, Poets and Novels in Times of Change. University of Melbourne, Australia, Australia: Live @ Melbourne.

Recorded / Rendered

  • Minter, P. (2011). Australian Poetry Circa 1988. Newcastle, Australia.

Exhibitions / Events

  • Minter, P., Slade, L. (2009). Poets Paint Words II. Newcastle Region Art Gallery and Heritage Pier Cafe, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Writers' Festival.
  • Minter, P., Slade, L. (2007). Poets Paint Words I. Newcastle, Australia: Newcastle Region Art Gallery.

Festivals

  • Minter, P. (2013). Apoetic: A Festival of Innovative Australian Poetry. Sydney, Australia: NSW Writers' Centre.

2013

  • Minter, P. (2013). Apoetic: A Festival of Innovative Australian Poetry. Sydney, Australia: NSW Writers' Centre.
  • Minter, P. (2013). Archipelagos of Sense: Thinking about a Decolonised Australian Poetics. Southerly, 73(1), 155-169.
  • Minter, P. (2013). In the Serious Light of Nothing. Hong Kong, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Chinese University Press.
  • Minter, P. (2013). To the Invisible. Southerly, Sydney, Australia: Brandl & Schlesinger.

2012

  • Minter, P. (2012). 1. Introducing the Overland Emerging Poets Series 2. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Patrick Jones 3. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Sam Langer. Overland Blog (10 September 2012), 10 September 2012, (pp. various - various). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). 1. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Astrid Lorange 2. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Ella O'Keefe. Overland Blog (27 September 2012), 27 September 2012, (pp. various - various). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). 1. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Fiona Hile 2. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Stephen Nichols. Overland Blog (5th October 2012), 5th October 2012, (pp. various - various). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). 1. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Rebecca Kylie Law 2. Overland Emerging Poets Series: Alana Kelsall. Overland Blog (18 September 2012), 18 September 2012, (pp. Various - Various). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). Faecebook. VLAK, VLAK 3, May 14, (pp. 164 - 165). Prague, Czech Republic: Litteraria Pragensia.
  • Minter, P. (2012). In the Serious Light of Nothing. The Best Australian Poems 2012, 2012, (pp. 69 - 70). Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Black Inc.
  • Minter, P. (2012). Lens of the Underground Stream. Rabbit, Number Four: The Pop Issue (Autumn 2012), Number Four: The Pop Issue (Autumn 2012), (pp. 109 - 110). Melbourne, Australia: Rabbit.
  • Minter, P., Giggs, R. (2012). NSW Writers' Centre | 1. Emerging Writers' Festival: Peter Minter 2. Emerging Writers' Festival Roadshow podcast: New Nature Writing. NSW Emerging Writers' Festival (2012), Sydney, Australia: The NSW Writers' Centre.
  • Minter, P. (2012). One big anthology: toward an organic, transcultural and transhistorical way of thinking about anthologising and indexing Aboriginal literature. BlackWords 5th Anniversary Celebration and Symposium. AustLit: The Australian Literature Resource.
  • Minter, P. (2012). Overland Emerging Poets Series: Aden Rolfe. Overland Blog (19 October 2012), 19th October 2012, (pp. 1 - 3). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). Overland Emerging Poets Series: Banjo James. Overland blog (16 November 2012), 16 November 2012, (pp. 1 - 3). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). Overland Emerging Poets Series: Molly Murn. Overland blog (1 November 2012), (pp. 1 - 3). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). The 2011 Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize for New and Emerging Poets. Overland, Issue 206 (Autumn 2012), Issue 206 Autumn, (pp. 54 - 55). Melbourne, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2012). The Clearing. Rabbit number 6, Number six: The Age Issue, Spring 2012, (pp. 55 - 56). Melbourne, Australia: Rabbit.
  • Minter, P. (2012). The Crow. Meanjin, Vol. 71, No. 1 (Autumn 2012), (pp. 189 - 189). Melbourne, Australia: Meanjin Company Limited.
  • Minter, P. (2012). The Roadside Bramble. Southerly, Volume 72, Issue 1, 72 (1), (pp. 84 - 86). Sydney, Australia: English Association, Sydney Branch.
  • Minter, P. (2012). Toward a Decolonised Australian Poetry. The Political Imagination: Contemporary Postcolonial and Diasporic Poetries, Victoria: Deakin University.
  • Minter, P. (2012). What is the Question? Michigan Quarterly Review, Vol 51, Issue.3, Summer 2012; 51, 3, (pp. 384 - 385). Ann Arbor, United States of America: University of Michigan.
  • Minter, P. (2012). Writing Country: Composition, Law and Indigenous Ecopoetics. JASAL - Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 12(1), 1-10.

2011

  • Minter, P. (2011). Australian Poetry Circa 1988. Newcastle, Australia.
  • Minter, P. (2011). Peter Minter reports on the 2010 Overland Judith Wright Poetry prize for new and emerging poets. Overland, issue 202, (pp. 45 - 45). Victoria, Australia: O.L. Society Ltd..
  • Minter, P. (2011). The Tree, The Tree. Carved Trees, online, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia: Red Room Company.
  • Minter, P. (2011). To Civil Disobedience and Romantic Love: A Defence of Poetry. Poetry International web, July 1, 2011, (pp. 6 - 18). Rotterdam, Netherlands: Poetry International Web (Rotterdam).

2010

  • Minter, P. (2010). 1. Claustrophilic Lavalliere. Home & Away 2010 A Trans Tasman Poetry Symposium : All together now, (pp. 1 - 4). Auckland, New Zealand: The New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre.
  • Minter, P. (2010). An Introduction to Aboriginal Literature. Aboriginal Studies Association conference, Sydney: Aboriginal Studies Association.
  • Minter, P. (2010). Fugue Moment. Jacket 40, (pp. 7 - 8). NSW, Australia: Australian Literary Management.
  • Fagan, K., Minter, P. (2010). Murdering alphabets, disorienting romance: John Tranter and postmodern Australian poetics. In Rod Mengham (Eds.), The Salt Companion to John Tranter, (pp. 69-95). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Salt Publishing.
  • Minter, P. (2010). Science / Con-Science. Explore (Australian Museum) Vol 32 no. 4, (pp. 1 - 3). Sydney, Australia: The Australian Museum.

2009

  • Fagan, K., Kinsella, J., Minter, P. (2009). Editorial introduction: Ecopoetics And Pedagogies. Angelaki-Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 14(2).
  • Minter, P., Slade, L. (2009). Poets Paint Words II. Newcastle Region Art Gallery and Heritage Pier Cafe, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Writers' Festival.
  • Minter, P. (2009). Prophesize with your pen: can poets change the times they live in?. Festival of Ideas | Writers, Poets and Novels in Times of Change. University of Melbourne, Australia, Australia: Live @ Melbourne.
  • Minter, P. (2009). The Latter Shall Prevail. The Best Australian Poems 2009, (pp. 143 - 145). Victoria, Australia: Black Inc.
  • Jose, N., Cunnane, M., Goldsworthy, K., Heiss, A., McCooey, D., Minter, P., Moore, N., Webby, E. (2009). The Macquarie PEN Anthology of Australian Literature. New York: W.W Norton & Company.

2008

  • Minter, P. (2008). 1. Gum Leaf Instruments 2. Face of Night 3. Rural. Zoland Poetry: An Annual of Poems Translations & Interviews, (pp. 187 - 187). Hanover, New Hampshire, United States of America: Zoland Books Steerforth Press.
  • Heiss, A., Minter, P. (2008). Anthology of Australian Aboriginal Literature. Canada: McGill-Queen's University Press.
  • Minter, P., Rojas, G. (2008). Espejo de Tierra = Earth mirror. Australia: Chilean Embassy, Australia.
  • Minter, P. (2008). Plastic Weather: The Trash Vortex, Synthetic Romanticism and Ecopoetics. Poetry and the Trace, Melbourne: Monash University Press.

2007

  • Minter, P., Slade, L. (2007). Poets Paint Words I. Newcastle, Australia: Newcastle Region Art Gallery.
  • Minter, P. (2007). Settler Cemetery. Poets Paint Words I, (pp. 1 - 2). Newcastle, Australia: Newcastle Region Art Gallery.

2006

  • Minter, P. (2006). 1. Blue grass, (pp. 1 - 115). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Salt Publishing.
  • Minter, P. (2006). Meanjin: Indigenous Australia. Meanjin, 65(1).
  • Minter, P. (2006). Telling our own stories: Peter Minter talks to artist Brook Andrew. (pp. 141 - 148). Victoria, Australia: Meanjin Company Limited.

2005

  • Minter, P. (2005). 1. Extinction 2. Emperor go godspeed. Cordite Poetry Review 22, (pp. 5 - 6). Carlton South Victoria, Australia: Cordite Press Inc..
  • Minter, P. (2005). 1. Jou 2. Assent 3. Quiet Hunt. The Literary Review, 48(2), (pp. 115 - 115). United States of America: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Literary Review.
  • Minter, P. (2005). A Radical Tonic - Review of 'Minyung Woolah Binnung: What Saying Says' by Lionel Fogarty and 'Smoke Encrypted Whispers' by Samuel Wagan Watson. Australian Book Review, (268), 53.
  • Minter, P. (2005). Amor. Hutt 1.4, (pp. 1 - 2). Australia: Papertiger media inc.
  • Minter, P. (2005). Ken Bolton: in conversation with Peter Minter. Jacket 27, (pp. 1 - 32). Australia: Australian Literary Management.
  • Minter, P., Fagan, K. (2005). Murdering Alphabets, Disorienting Romance: John Tranter and Postmodern Australian Poetics. Jacket 27, (pp. 1 - 26). NSW, Australia: Australian Literary Management.
  • Minter, P. (2005). Political Economy & Raphael's Madonna of the pinks. Jacket 27, (pp. 4 - 8). Balmain NSW, Australia: Australian Literary Management.
  • Minter, P. (2005). Radiant Impasse - Review of 'Struggle and radiance: ten commentaries' by Jill Jones. Jacket: international poetry and prose magazine, (27).
  • Minter, P. (2005). Realisable desire. hutt 0.3, (pp. 1 - 1). Australia: papertiger media inc.
  • Thorpe, K., Lui-Chivizhe, L., Smith, A., Minter, P., Foley, D., Blanchard, M., Johnston, P. (2005). Relevance, Resistance and Responsibility: Teaching and Learning with Indigenous Knowledges in Universities [Pre-conference workshop]. 2005 Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (Herdsa), Milperra, NSW: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia.

2004

  • Thorpe, K., Minter, P. (2004). Indigenous Philosophies and Transformative Pedagogies in University Curricula. The Eleventh International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning.
  • Thorpe, K., Minter, P., Lui-Chivizhe, L., Smith, A. (2004). Indigenous Philosophy in Pedagogy and Research. Synergy, 19.

2001

  • Minter, P. (2001). Meanjin: Poetics. Meanjin, 60(2).

2000

  • Minter, P., Brennan, M. (2000). Calyx: 30 Contemporary Australian Poets. Brooklyn: Paper Bark Press.
  • Minter, P. (2000). John Kinsella's Poetics of Hybridity. In Rod Mengham and Glen Phillips (Eds.), Fairly Obsessive: Essays on the Works of John Kinsella, (pp. 144-158). Nedlands, WA: Centre for Studies in Australian Literature.

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