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Alternative title: Im/possible
Issue Details: First known date: 2019... no. 23 April 2019 of SWAMP est. 2008- SWAMP
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'What’s possible? What’s impossible? Where do we draw the line between the two? Welcome to Issue 23, where we venture into the realm of the im/possible. Within the virtual pages of this issue, you will discover works which contemplate the world around us and those which recreate the world anew; works which highlight moments of im/possibility in the everyday, and those which render the everyday itself in terms that might be deemed im/possible.'  (Editorial introduction)


  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed. 


* Contents derived from the 2019 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Full Name, Ana Duffy , single work prose

'Fill-in-a-form scenario: participant / candidate / patient / applicant / member’s full name. They’re anal about it. You can’t sweep a chunk of identity under the carpet because your middle name makes the whole thing stutter. So, you go on and stutter along with the boxed-in letters and print your full name in.' (Introduction)

Screaming Lullabies at Sleeping Beautyi"oh", Sydney Khoo , single work poetry
Gorgeous, Jessica Bartlett-Barker , single work
Remnants, Robin Teese , single work
Things I Keepi"there’s a crack in the ceiling", Sydney Khoo , single work poetry
A Hole for La Higuera, Ana Duffy , single work prose
Temptationi"With micro fingers, I could cut these germ-lines", Feiya Zhang , single work poetry
The Deep Web, Pat Larkin , single work prose
Strivei"An intensely focused, bespectacled Face", Jazz Giuliani , single work poetry

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