There has been some discussion recently about whether a poet should submit and be prepared to publish their work in a right wing journal such as Quadrant, which is edited by Keith Windschuttle and then turn around and submit it to a progressive journal such as Overland. Is this fence sitting or canyon squatting?
To add a little interest to this discussion Rochford Street Press/Rochford Street Review is having a little competition. We have come across the following list of acknowledgements from a book of poetry published in Australia over the past 33 years. All you need to do is to identify the book to win.
The winner will receive a selection of titles from Rochford Street Press which will include ‘The Selected Your Friendly Fascist’, P76 Issue 5 (very rare), P76 Issue 6 and the forthcoming Special Cornelis Vleeskens Issue 7 (due out next month).
To enter go to our Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rochford-Street-Review/214210918673830) and enter your suggestion as a comment to the competition story. Good luck!
The first hint to help people along….All poets published in P76 over the years can found on http://rochfordstreetpress.wordpress.com/p76-literary…/
and some suggestions that are not correct:
The Black Abacus by Robyn Ravlich – no
* The Train by Anna Couani – No
* Les Wicks – The vanguard Sleeps in – No
* Jane, Interlinear by Robert Harris – No, but getting very close
Final hint.. – The book is mentioned (and quoted) in the article by Bob Adamson just posted on Rochford Street Review.