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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Yamamoto-sensei Snaps
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    y separately published work icon Going Down Swinging New Adventures in the Word no. 27 2008 Z1553415 2008 periodical issue

    'Like a giant Meccano set, we're building a city, from pieces sent to us by writers and artists around the world. Between these pieces we're building roads, bridges, and slightly frightening underground through-tunnels. When the city is built and we climb onto a hill to view it from the outside, then we see - either through amorphic resonance or through our own subconscious filtering, or both - that what seemed like a chaos of ideas when we began is now a logical, freestanding structure. GD S never imposes themes on our writers, but we find without fail, our writers impose themes on us.' (Lisa Greenaway, Editorial introduction)

    pg. 74
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