ISSUE 11 March – May 2014
- The Accumulation of Instances: Martin Langford launches Peony by Eileen Chong
- Vale Ken Taylor
- How Can A Garden Grow? Littlies and Biggies in David Mortimer’s Magic Logic. Reviewed by Rebecca Kylie Law
- Pushing Boundaries. Mark Roberts Reviews Beside Rivers by Susan Adams
- Poetry & Performance at the Blue Space Poetry Jam
- Anthony Lawrence – the blog post Southerly refused to publish.
- Writers for Refugees – Melbourne Public Launch
- “Perception and Memory”: Robbie Coburn reviews Empty Your Eyes by Robert Adamson
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