Standard Name: Kazantzis, Judith
Birth Name: Judith Pakenham
JK , a poet, journalist, historical compiler, short-story writer, visual artist, and blogger of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, is known for the strong anti-war, anti-establishment stand she takes in her writings. She has also published translations and one novel.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Antonia Fraser|
|Friends, Associates||Michèle Roberts||
MR 's memoir, Paper Houses, features a huge roster of close friends warmly evoked, some of them long-term commitments and others belonging to some particular period of her life. They include many women who...
|Friends, Associates||Alison Fell|
|Literary responses||Alison Fell||
Judith Kazantzis praised the poems in this collection as [f]ine, spare yet fluent, occasionally redblooded, exuberant with assured depictions of bleak blowy landscapes which are nevertheless beautiful.
This collection won the Alice Hunt Bartlett...
Fell, Alison. Kisses for Mayakovsky. Virago, 1984.
|Textual Features||Michelene Wandor|
|Textual Production||Michèle Roberts|
|Textual Production||Michelene Wandor||
In the same year, she published a collection of poems entitled Touch Papers, jointly with Michèle Roberts and Judith Kazantzis . All three, she said, were feminists who were also convinced of the importance...
|Textual Production||Ruth Padel|
17 February 1979
China invaded Vietnam, giving as reasons the disputed status of border territory and Vietnamese incursions across its border.