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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... November 2020 of The Blue Nib [Online] est. 2018 The Blue Nib [Online]
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* Contents derived from the 2020 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Solitary Lifei"This is the house that Munch bought.", Jena Woodhouse , single work poetry
The Girls on the Bridgei"The midnight sun is nudging the horizon.", Jena Woodhouse , single work poetry
Walnutsi"hanging", Jules Leigh Koch , single work poetry
Ice-Shelfi"I walk along the darkest horizon line", Jules Leigh Koch , single work poetry
The Allure, Phillip Hall , single work short story
The Moment of Deathi"is as significant as taking a dump, there are no", Phillip Hall , single work poetry
Bacchus In Ruinsi"The Luftwaffe exposed", Phillip Hall , single work poetry
Blood Lusti"why do I need blood", Phillip Hall , single work poetry
The Passion of Cardsi"Pulling into Flinders Street Station I’m on guard", Phillip Hall , single work poetry
Spring Symphonyi"Our places booked", Phillip Hall , single work poetry
The Art of Doing Thingsi"The aroma from apples cultured in the rolling", Kathryn Fry , single work poetry
Judith Beveridge in Conversation with Denise O’Hagan, Denise O'Hagan (interviewer), single work interview
'Denise O’Hagan, editor of the An Astráil column, speaks with award-winning, Sydney-based poet, Judith Beveridge about her life, influences and moments of inspiration.'
The Art of Creating an Anthology, Julia Kaylock , single work essay

'The idea flashes across your frontal cortex: ‘Why don’t we …?’

'It only takes a second to get a bright idea. One of these came to me in January 2020, in the midst of the devastating bushfires that were raging around Australia. As expected, artists of all persuasions began responding; an outpouring of words, pictures and music resulted as we came to grips with the catastrophic fire events that filled our news channels. It felt important to find a way to record these flashes of insight in a more permanent way.' (Introduction)

Holding Groundi"Here are the fields I roamed as a child,", Judith Beveridge , single work poetry

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