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Is part of Re-visiting Chernobyl Maria Takolander , 2018 sequence poetry (number 5 in series)
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  • Author's note:

    4. In 2014 video footage, the biologist Timothy Mousseau, studying the effects of radiation on the flora and fauna of Chernobyl, sprays water onto an irregularly shaped spider web and declares: ‘What was invisible now becomes visible.’ 

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    y separately published work icon Cordite Poetry Review No Theme VII no. 86 1 May 2018 13979368 2018 periodical issue

    'Four years ago, writing an essay on David Malouf, I learned that Hawthorn Library held a copy of his first poetry collection, Bicycle and Other Poems (1970). I borrowed it, and, sadly, I returned it, too. Today, I rang the library to find the book. The friendly librarian on duty told me that it had been ‘deleted’ from the catalogue. She could find no record of whether they had given it away or thrown it in the recycling bin.' (Lisa Gorton, Introduction to No Theme VII)

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