Issue 34. 2022:1
Previous issues can be found here.
Comets in the snow gums and alpine flowers, the night Orion and Estelle crossed the federal highway, falling in traffic, in the hymns of winter nightjars, and rose again covered in stars.
Judith Nangala Crispin – Roadkilled dingo pups with wildflowers, seeds, resin, wax, gold chloride, turmeric, rodinal and selenium toner. Unique lumachrome glass print, cliche-verre and chemigram, drawing. – Exposed 42 hours on silver-gelatine coated fibre paper in a geodesic dome. Nailed to stained ply beneath an aurora of hand-sewn echidna quills. . https://judithcrispin.com/
Rochford Street Review is produced within the Country of the Darug and Gundungurra peoples. For Darug and Gundungurra People, Ngurra (Country) takes in everything within the physical, cultural and spiritual landscape – landforms, waters, air, trees, rocks, plants, animals, foods, medicines, minerals, stories and special places. It includes cultural practice, kinship, knowledge, songs, stories and art, as well as spiritual beings, and people: past, present and future. Rochford Press and Rochford Street Review pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
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