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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... vol. 29 no. 17 25 August 2019 of Eureka Street est. 1991- Eureka Street
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* Contents derived from the 2019 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
To Wash down the North-western Wind with Liquor, like the Dishesi"To wash down the north-western wind with liquor, like the dishes", Na Ye , Yu Ouyang (translator), single work poetry
Migrating to Chongqingi"Getting further away now ...", Na Ye , Yu Ouyang (translator), single work poetry
Pleasurei"The ancient flame is so trustworthy", Na Ye , Yu Ouyang (translator), single work poetry
Praisei"Praise the existence of soul and the entanglement of quantum", Na Ye , Yu Ouyang (translator), single work poetry
Labels Can Be Useful for Diversifying the Arts, Sukhmani Khorana , single work column

'The lack of cultural diversity in many realms of Australian society, such as politics, the media and creative arts, is both a low hum in the background for many of us associated with these sectors, and an issue of cyclical mainstream relevance.' (Introduction)

The Book of the Yeari"Each year they retreat to the closet", Peter Gebhardt , single work poetry
Homage to the Princess Treei"This morning there are two wattlebirds in the Princess tree.", Peter Gebhardt , single work poetry
Reflections on Marianne Moore's 'To a Snail'i"He broadcast with bravado that he had a 'snail shell',", Peter Gebhardt , single work poetry

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