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Fear gripped me as I stood on the stage and surveyed the crowd, their expectant faces turned upwards in hope. My mouth was dry and I felt a flush of embarrassment as I clutched the microphone in my sweaty palm. Maybe I should have thrown up before I came on? Too late now. Then the first spare notes of acoustic guitar started, picking out the intro to Happy Together by The Turtles.'  (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon StylusLit no. 2 September 2017 12363602 2017 periodical issue

    'Welcome. In this issue of StylusLit, I interview Donna Ward, editor, writer, and publisher of Inkerman and BluntThe Courier Mail’s arts editor, Phil Brown, gives us another taste of growing up in Hong Kong, while Maria Griffin tells us about strangers, and Elisabeth Hanscombe explores risky habits. Cheryl Hayden, and Emma Beach and Cheryl Burman give us a look at excerpts from their novels, and Pym Schaare shares some short fiction.
     
    'Poets included are Carolyn Abbs, Iain Britton, Anne M. Carson, Robbie Coburn, Eileen Chong, Natalie D-Napoleon, Eduardo Escalante, Alison Flett, Mindy Gill, Jonathan Hadwen, Allan Lake, Graeme Miles, Damen O’Brien, Nathanael O’Reilly, Gregory Piko, Maree Reedman, Chris Ringrose, Paul Scully, Isi Unikowski and Jena Woodhouse.

    'Read reviews of Richard James Allen’s Fixing the Broken Nightingale, Broede Carmody’s Flat Exit, Kristen Lang’s SkinNotes, Eddie Paterson’s redactor and Omar Sakr’s These Wild Houses.'  (Rosanna Licari : Introduction)

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