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Issue Details: First known date: 2022... vol. 67 no. 1 2022 of Westerly est. 1956 Westerly
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'With writing, artwork and ideas from Kerry Greer, Aileen Walsh, Kimberly L. Becker, Philip Mead, Jackson, Daniel Ray, Rikki Santer, John Saul, Kristin Sanders, Peter D. Mathews, Pidj Flavell, Emily Tsokos Purtill, Josephine Wilson, Prema Arasu, Jarad Bruinstroop, Miso Bell, Gayelene Carbis, Nathan Curnow, Jaes Bidwell and Melissa Kruger, Natalie Damjanovich- Napoleon, Shey Marque, Roseanne Dingli, the 2022 Westerly Writers’ Development Program participants and many others.' (Publication summary)


  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed. Other material in this issue includes:

    Heimweh by Kimberly L. Becker 

    House of Bears by Rikki Santer

    Working with hippos (or how to get on with animals in times of pandemic) by John Saul

    Image 12. The tutorial by Kristin Sanders

    Adronitis by Joan Mazza

    Anyone who doesn’t like me is a by Gale Acuff

    Tree House by Ryan Mattern


* Contents derived from the 2022 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Patterns, Inconsistencies & Microaggressionsi"Eight of us are seated at a long table by the window", Shey Marque , single work poetry (p. 12-13)
Red Horse by the Riveri"When you were a child, you drew", Gayelene Carbis , single work poetry (p. 14)
Chick, Donna Mazza , single work short story (p. 15-23)
Post-mortem | Polandi"You arrive pristine, plastic wrapped", Francesca Sasnaitis , single work poetry (p. 24-25)
Coloured Diamond Glowing Lightsi"If I close my eyes for just a second", Rosie Moana Pickett , single work poetry (p. 26-27)
I Write down My Father and Chase Myself, Jessie Berry-Porter , single work prose (p. 28-37)
Petrol Stationi"Even after the stroke roughed up his brain", Philip Neilsen , single work poetry (p. 38-39)
November 15th, 2017 (a Fragment)i"On the big screen, the head of the AEC makes a dad joke: the crowd in", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry (p. 41)
Drag This Poemi"what is the etymology / the beginning / perhaps Adam wore seaweed", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry (p. 42-43)
Rubber Roomi"blessed be the nightclub with vinyl clad walls that sweat : here", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry (p. 44-45)
The Man Who Became a Street Namei"Sources say he forced everyone", Meesha Williams , single work poetry (p. 46)
When Alive, My Brother Bore No Resemblance to Mermaids, Dani Netherclift , single work prose (p. 47-51)
My Father’s Toolboxi"A slack-jawed shifting spanner", 'Jackson' , single work poetry (p. 52-53)
Prometheus, Martin Kovan , single work short story (p. 56-63)
How To Be a Good Gay in a Small Towni"Install the one-star black-and-yellow app", Stuart Barnes , single work poetry (p. 64)
Takeaway, Daniel Ray , single work short story (p. 70-77)
The Wolf, the Goat and the Cabbagei"He returned from the market", Nathan Curnow , single work poetry (p. 78-79)
Ode to Weedsi"The ground gives way under your rough hands", Rhian Healy , single work poetry (p. 80-81)
The Season of Silencei"Then we sailed to the land of upside down,", Rita Tognini , single work poetry (p. 82)
Writing for Role-Playing, Aileen Walsh , single work prose (p. 83-87)

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