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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... 2020 Raised On
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1
D-dar Nadifa i "my parents wanted d-dar nadifa", Henry Briffa , 2020 single work poetry
— Appears in: Rabbit , June no. 30 2020; (p. 132-135)
2
Aljotta i "the time for fasting & preparation", Henry Briffa , 2020 single work poetry
— Appears in: Rabbit , June no. 30 2020; (p. 133)
3
Il Bahar i "your death leaves mouths of angry", Henry Briffa , 2020 single work poetry
— Appears in: Rabbit , June no. 30 2020; (p. 134)
4
Ruhi i "every time I left home unaccompanied", Henry Briffa , 2020 single work poetry
— Appears in: Rabbit , June no. 30 2020; (p. 124)
5
Prayers to St Christopher to Help Me Find the Words i "nistiq nghidlek kemm inhobbok", Henry Briffa , 2020 single work poetry
— Appears in: Rabbit , June no. 30 2020; (p. 135)

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Rabbit Rabbit – The Long Poem (II) no. 30 June 2020 19615737 2020 periodical issue 'As we release our 30th issue, what would ordinarily be an exciting milestone in Rabbit's timeline, the world is experiencing unprecedented suffering. Here in Australia, we recently endured a long and devastating bushfire season that burnt through 18.6 million hectares of land, killing 34 people (with further deaths due to the effects of smoke inhalation) and an estimated 1.3 billion animals, some of which were endangered species now driven to extinction. At the tail-end of this loss, the coronavirus began to spread globally. As I write this editorial, Australia joins many other countries enforcing strict social distancing measures and lockdowns. If you are reading this, you and/or your friends and colleagues in the arts will be suffering the effects of cancelled shows, events, launches, some of which provide vital income. We are compiling this issue as we await some better news for 2020 and beyond, and yet it is heartening to see communities rallying on screens for 'relocated' events and readings. Indeed, a highlight of scrolling through my own Facebook feed is seeing friends sharing their postal bounty of newly purchased books. Let's continue, through these tough months, to support one another's practice in this way.' (Jessica L. Wilkinson, Editorial introduction)
     
    2020
    pg. 132-135
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Australian Poetry Anthology Sara Saleh (editor), Melinda Smith (editor), Melbourne : Australian Poetry , 2020 20250294 2020 anthology poetry 'Greetings, poets and pool, lovers. Welcome to the Australian Poetry Anthology Vol. 8 (2020), a national anthology with a special focus on the ACI. Each year, while the spread is national. the voices of a different state or territory are showcased. Of the just over 120 poets in this volume, 23 poets are from the ACT. ' (Foreword introduction) Melbourne : Australian Poetry , 2020 pg. 94-96
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