June – September 2014
- The Restraint of Meaning: Stevi-Lee Alver reviews the #concrete issue of Australian Poetry Journal
- Straddling Prose Poetry and Microfiction: Shady Cosgrove launches Writing to the Edge: Prose Poems & Microfiction.
- Vale Martin Harrison: Poet, Teacher, Broadcaster….
- A Desire to Take Apart Language: Jo Scicluna launches Glitching by Stu Hatton
- The Duality of Things: Jennifer Strauss Launches Lupa and Lamb by Susan Hawthorne
- Who is Kent MacCarter? Pam Brown launches Sputnik’s Cousin by Kent MacCarter
- Stitching the Larger Image: Shady Cosgrove Launches The Glove Box and Other Stories by Vivienne Plumb
- The Poetry of the Workshop: Francesca Sasnaitis discusses These Heathen Dreams: Journey of a Cultural Bolshevik: Christopher Barnett
- A Disconcerting Bravery: Andy Jackson launches One Hour Seeds Another by Andrew Burke
- Rules? What Rules! Book Reviewers Under Attack!
- Vale Liam Davison
- “Tactics for an enchanting coexistence”: Rebecca Kylie Law reviews Anonymous Folk Songs by James Stuart.
- A Genre for our Generation: Heather Taylor Johnson reviews The Swan Book by Alexis Wright
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