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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... no. 22 April - June 2017 of Rochford Street Review est. 2011 Rochford Street Review
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Notes

  • Content indexing in process.
  • Only literary material within AustLit's scope individually indexed. Other material in this issue includes:

    • Contemporary Irish Poetry
    • A Question at the Shoreline: Noel Duffy launches ‘All the Barbaric Glass’ by David Butler

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2017 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Invito a Jorge Luis Borges a mi cumpleaños a jugar al ajedrez conmigo "Sentado al tablero pendiente de movimientos" I Invite Jorge Luis Borges to My Birthday to Play Chess with Mei"Sitting at the board pending movements,", Juan Garrido Salgado , single work poetry
Estoy Leyendo Esta Línea ‘vivimos En Un Tercer Piso de Un Edificio’ I Am Reading the Line, ‘We Live in a Third-floor Flat’i"I am reading the line, ‘we live in a third-floor flat’ by Peter Porter", Juan Garrido Salgado , single work poetry
Como un Niño en el Centro de Detención de Nauru "“Como Niño en Nauru yo era solo un código NR03-283," As a Child on Naurui"“As a Child on Nauru I was NR03-283, but my name is Mohammad Ali Baqiri.”", Juan Garrido Salgado , single work poetry
Soy Ciudadano de la Tierra "no soy étnico ……. Nací en la tierra de Mapudungun, 1957" I’m a Citizen of the Earthi"I’m not an ethnic…I was born on Mapudungun land in 1957", Juan Garrido Salgado , single work poetry
How to Believe in Death?i"How to believe in death=Si el odio es una guerra planificada", Juan Garrido Salgado , Juan Garrido Salgado (translator) single work poetry
¿Ya no tenemos voz, ni melodía? "la voz se apaga en los pasos de la muerte" Have We No Voice, No Tune?i"Your voice fades with the footsteps of death", Juan Garrido Salgado , single work poetry
Tilting at Poetic Windmills: John Foulcher Launches ‘Goodbye, Cruel’ by Melinda Smith, John Foulcher , single work essay
The Writhing, Hissing Life Force of the Poems : Liana Joy Christensen Launches ‘Snake Like Charms’ by Amanda Joy, Liana Joy Christensen , single work essay
'To say I was charmed by the invitation to launch this collection is not a platitudinous social nicety. I was literally charmed in the original and potentially perilous sense of the word. The meaning invoked in the title.' (Introduction)
Making a Meal of Iti"Flinty incision", Amanda Joy , single work poetry
Snake Skin, Roe Swampi"Shedding skin of a snake, will", Amanda Joy , single work poetry
Locusi"I was carelessly concealed", Amanda Joy , single work poetry
Hey Kekulei"Out walking one day", Liana Joy Christensen , single work poetry
Crunching the Numbersi"Our tour group was divided 7:2", Liana Joy Christensen , single work poetry
Cohabitation 2i"A sign at the edge", Liana Joy Christensen , single work poetry
Visions and Visitations : Melinda Smith Launches ‘A Casual Penance’ by John Foulcher, Melinda Smith , single work essay
Shock Treatment : Simon Patton Reviews ‘Year of the Wasp’ by Joel Deane, Simon Patton , single work essay
'In 2012, Joel Deane suffered a huge shock to the system that could have ended his life. In Year of the Wasp, he tries to come to terms with this devastating experience, attempting — by means of novel and often weird imagery — to reproduce in the reader something of the intensity and alienation he felt. But how do you convey a highly unusual life-episode without toning down its otherness? And how do you convey such otherness in a way that enables others to share in it? These are two questions that reverberate throughout Deane’s Wasp.' (Introduction)
A Wonderful Variety of Tone and Theme: Melinda Smith Launches ‘The Loyalty of Chickens’ by Jenny Blackford, Melinda Smith , single work essay
‘Snakes Known to Exist in This Area’ : Ophidiophile Poets Amanda Joy and Liana Joy Christensen Talk to Zalehah Turner, Zalehah Turner (interviewer), single work interview
Vale Rae Desmond Jones, Mark Roberts , single work obituary
The Long Walki"….The oracle could have foretold it, though the wisdom of Delphi", Robyn Rowland , single work poetry

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