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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... vol. 61 no. 2 2016 of Westerly est. 1956 Westerly
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* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Empathy App, Cate Kennedy , single work essay
'We're all familiar with the general trend at Writers' Festivals to make some room on the program - sometimes a bit dutifully - for short stories, and by and large the talk seems to be divided between how the form is not as respected as it should be, and its practitioners not given the publication attention they deserve, and discussion about whether or not the short story is experiences a 'renaissance' of popularity and recognition, or not.' (Introduction)
(p. 9-16)
Native Animal, Caitlin Prince , single work short story (p. 17-21)
In Australia, Timmah Ball , single work essay (p. 28-36)
Travelling to the Motherland, Zoe Deleuil , single work short story (p. 32-36)
Lessons in the Domestic Arts : A Sampler, Marie O'Rourke , single work prose (p. 37-45)
Bond Cleaningi"You never get it all back. Not the whole bond,", Ella Jeffery , single work poetry (p. 46)
Love in Two Parts, Donna Mazza , single work short story (p. 47-55)
Makingi"In the corner of my desk lie scraps of paper.", Lea McInerney , single work poetry (p. 56)
Born Free, Created Poor : Coming of Age in Ethiopia, Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes , Rebecca Higgie , single work autobiography
'Poverty is not the lack of food or shelter. That is destitution. Poverty is a concept that creates you as a different person, a different being. Through knowledge, you come to know you are poor.' (Introduction)
(p. 58-66)
Christchurch Stopoveri"Boarded shopfronts strike a sickly pose", Ignatius Kim , single work poetry (p. 67)
Cartographyi"Curled segments fit tight to the grid", Alice Allan , single work poetry (p. 69)
Woman in Transiti"the same crescent moon", Liam Ferney , single work poetry (p. 70)
‘A Bilingual Force Moving in Between’ : Memories of a Bilingual Animal, Yu Ouyang , single work autobiography (p. 71-80)
Child in a Suitcasei"what puppeteer", Josephine Clarke , single work poetry (p. 87)
From ‘Notes toward a Lesser Consolation’i"Embers like debt", Anna Nicholson , extract poetry (p. 88)
Abrolhos (after Batavia)i"here where sea moves", Lucy Czerwiec , single work poetry (p. 89)
Everybody Knows, Karen Atkinson , single work short story (p. 90-94)
Closeri"I take myself out", Caitlin Maling , single work poetry (p. 95)
Feeling through Form : Kim Scott’s ‘Benang’ and the Romantic Poetic, Jo Jones , single work criticism
'Some stories are hard to tell. Kim Scott has dedicated much of the past two decades to enabling difficult acts of telling. This includes his two Miles Franklin winning novels Benang (1998) and That Deadman Dance (2010)....(Introduction)
(p. 96-108)
Southern Bookook Owlsi"His book book cry was so close it could", B. R. Dionysius , single work poetry (p. 109)

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