Issue Details: First known date: 1968; Latest issue indexed: 1969 1968
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First known date: 1968
      Melbourne, Victoria,: 1968-1969 .

Works about this Work

The Beginnings - A Note on La Mama Kris Hemensley , 1974 single work criticism
— Appears in: Applestealers : Is a Collection of the New Poetry in Australia, Including Notes, Statements, Histories on La Mama 1974; (p. 15-19) Journal of Poetics Research , September 2014 no. 1 2014;
'My God, What Is Really Happening?' Rob Tillett , 1970 single work essay
— Appears in: MOK : A Magazine of Contemporary Ink and Paper , no. 5 1970; (p. n.p.)
'An ageing but respectable poet was once heard to utter these syllables when confronted with some of the new radical poetry broadsheets. Editor Rob Tillett endeavors to partially answer this pained question, but begs leave to inform those who already know that they may skip the essay itself and read only the last paragraph if indeed they feel so inclined. For those who know now, may it prove both inspiring and enlightening...' [Editor's abstract].
The Beginnings - A Note on La Mama Kris Hemensley , 1974 single work criticism
— Appears in: Applestealers : Is a Collection of the New Poetry in Australia, Including Notes, Statements, Histories on La Mama 1974; (p. 15-19) Journal of Poetics Research , September 2014 no. 1 2014;
'My God, What Is Really Happening?' Rob Tillett , 1970 single work essay
— Appears in: MOK : A Magazine of Contemporary Ink and Paper , no. 5 1970; (p. n.p.)
'An ageing but respectable poet was once heard to utter these syllables when confronted with some of the new radical poetry broadsheets. Editor Rob Tillett endeavors to partially answer this pained question, but begs leave to inform those who already know that they may skip the essay itself and read only the last paragraph if indeed they feel so inclined. For those who know now, may it prove both inspiring and enlightening...' [Editor's abstract].

PeriodicalNewspaper Details

Subtitle:
Recent Australian Poetry
Frequency:
Quarterly
Range:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 1968)-
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