- A Welcome Life: Les Wicks reviews Honey & Hemlock by Julie Watts.
- Pushing Boundaries: Mark Roberts reviews amphora by joanne burns
- The Stella Prize Short List – a long time coming
- Language and Chatty Syntax: Andrew Burke reviews 1953: A verse narrative by Geoff Page
- What does satisfaction feel like: Miriam Zolin reviews Tarcutta Wake by Josephine Rowe
- Intellectual Exuberance and Dark Irony: Tina Giannoukos Reviews Street to Street by Brian Castro
- Recording Images: Robbie Coburn reviews Flying Low in the Minor Key by Anthony Lawrence
- Fragments and the Whole: Mark Roberts reviews The Pursuit of Happiness by Laurie Duggan
- The Ultimate Commitment: Michael Dransfield on the 40th Anniversary of His Death
- A Taster-Plate Full of Possibilities: Paul Summers reviews Water Mirrors by Nicholas Powel
- Spinifex Press and Finola Moorhead’s Modern Classic
- A Heartrending Memoir: Georgina Scillio reviews An Imaginary Mother by Bron Nicholls.
- Confronting the Culture, Language and History of War: Mark Roberts reviews Valence: Considering War Through Poetry and Theory by Susan Hawthorne
- Spineless Wonder announces the The joanne burns Award
- The Perfect Word: Lisa Wardle reviews the The Midnight Dress by Karen Foxlee
I wish to draw your attention to the upcoming publication of Christopher Barnett’s major work, ‘when they came / for you/ elegies / of resistance’ is to be published in Australia
Thanks Philip – Rochford Stret Review is looking forward with excitment to the publication of Christopher Barnett’s ‘when they came / for you/ elegies / of resistance’.