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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... no. 4 September 2018 of StylusLit est. 2017 StylusLit
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* Contents derived from the 2018 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Acrid, Colin Varney , single work short story
Crocodile, Bougainville 1971, Peter Kelly , single work short story
Lemberg, Peter Justin Newall , single work short story
Memory Games, Kathryn Gossow , single work short story
The Closest We Got To, Aline-Mwezi Niyonsenga , single work short story
Towers, Ashley Kalagian Blunt , single work short story
What Missy Likes, James Hannan , single work short story
Felicity Plunkett in Conversation with Rosanna Licari, Felicity Plunkett (interviewer), single work interview
Auntyi"you write lists.", Justin Lowe , single work poetry
Aviatorsi"we inhabit the shade-cast spaces", Carl Walsh , single work poetry
Brighton-Le-Sandsi"Bleach & blow-dry sand supports an argument", Les Wicks , single work poetry
Coastal Comradei"vacant eyes give all of nothing", Stephen House , single work poetry
Goundergroundergoi"the submerged coasts", Ariel Riveros Pavez , single work poetry
Metamorphosisi"What we carry is less than air", Gershon Maller , single work poetry
Mystery Chairi"In one of the upper rooms,", Liz McQuilkin , single work poetry
Norfolk Island Kakai"Nestor productus", B. R. Dionysius , single work poetry
Parallel Universei"The man in the next bed is still there.", Peter Mitchell , single work poetry
Red Wire, Blue Wirei"We could have seen the mistakes", Damen O'Brien , single work poetry
The Controversyi"Two men keep the packhorse track", Lesley Synge , single work poetry


… what we have loved

Others will love, and we will teach them how.

William Wordsworth, The Prelude xiv

Threei"It is you who smooths the quilt over", Felicity Plunkett , single work poetry

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