July 2, 2014
issue contents


M. T. O’Byrne
The Day Before Christmas Island

Shokoofeh Azar
The woman who went to stand there

Kate Elkington
A Boxful of Prophets

Mark O’Flynn
Turning the Other Cheek

Zdravka Evtimova
Happiness is a Simple Thing

Henry Ward
The Orator

Graham Kershaw
Stone Cold English


Rohan Wilson
Anxiety of Reference in That Deadman Dance

John Burbidge
Gerald Glaskin Revisited

Nicholas Walton-Healey
Where Blood Comes From

Jane Vaughan
Form, Artifice and Contemporary Australian Poetics: John Tranter’s ‘The Anaglyph’

Review Essays

Robyn Mundy
The Year’s Work in Fiction

John Hawke
‘Distant and kindred analogies’ in recent Australian poetry


Diane Fahey
Louise Carter

Beth Spencer
Paul Summers

Stu Hatton
Ross Jackson

Robert James Berry
Carol Millner

Corey Wakeling
Ian C. Smith

Rose van Son
Julie Watts

Yann Toussaint
Siall Waterbright

Gao Pengcheng (trans. Ouyang Yu)
Ron Pretty

Graeme Hetherington
Knute Skinner

Ross Donlon
Fran Graham

Jonathan Hadwen
Geoff Page

Wes Lee
B. R. Dionysius

Gary Allen

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