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Issue Details: First known date: 2021... February 2021 of Sydney PEN Magazine est. 2008 Sydney PEN Magazine
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'The last time I wrote a presidential report for a PEN Sydney magazine was almost one year ago, before COVID-19 had spread all over the world. Since then, the virus has plunged many parts of the world into turmoil and caused millions of deaths globally. In Australia, we have been fortunate that state-led responses to the pandemic have controlled the spread of the virus and largely kept our communities safe.' (President's Report - February 2021, Introduction)

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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2021 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Curfewi"Listen close ere", Declan Fry , single work poetry (p. 8-11)
Kylie Moore-Gilbert Letters, Kylie Moore-Gilbert , single work correspondence
'The following letters were written between July-December 2019 by Moore Gilbert and translated into English by an intermediary before being sent to CHRI by a vetted source who requested anonymity for security reasons. They have been published below in unedited form by the Center for Human Rights in Iran' (Introduction)
(p. 12-15)
Giraffei"We met so long aback", Humayun Reza , single work poetry (p. 16)
Recent Thoughts – 1i"Thus, it happens in such a way", Humayun Reza , single work poetry (p. 17)
Recent Thoughts – 2i"This is also a kind of disappearance", Humayun Reza , single work poetry (p. 18)
Recent Thoughts -3wi"Thoughts of death hardly occur", Humayun Reza , single work poetry (p. 18-19)
Nothing Politicali"I don’t know", Humayun Reza , single work poetry (p. 19)
1. The Ogre of Burma Is Born, Habiburahman , extract autobiography
'Extracts from First They Erased Our Name, a Rohingya speaks, published and provided by Scribe Publications.'
(p. 20)
Young People Never Diei"Young people never die.", Lionel Fogarty , single work poetry (p. 30)
Don’t Look Awayi"Imagine if the world wasn't watching.", Neil Morris , single work poetry (p. 31-32)

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