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Issue Details: First known date: 2022... 2022 Black Summer Reflections, a 2020 Looking Glass
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Discoveries and Cover-ups i "They wouldn’t tell us where he’d gone.", Carolyn Masel , 2022 single work poetry
— Appears in: Arena Quarterly , Spring no. 11 2022; (p. 92)
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Poverty Theology i "Was it bats in wildlife markets", Carolyn Masel , 2022 single work poetry
— Appears in: Arena Quarterly , Spring no. 11 2022; (p. 92)
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Lord Howe Island i "In 1918 ravenous rats and mice", Carolyn Masel , 2022 single work poetry
— Appears in: Arena Quarterly , Spring no. 11 2022; (p. 92)

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Arena Quarterly Accelerated Worlds no. 11 Spring 2022 25226863 2022 periodical issue 'Second wave feminism shines a long beam still on the question of abortion. Wherever young feminists and other activists sit vis a vis arguments about the ‘assignment’ of sex and gender at birth, both something of the passion born specifically of women’s connection to abortion, and second wave feminism’s modern raising of abortion to the status of a woman’s right, seem to have fuelled the recent demonstrations and massive outpourings around Roe v Wade.' (Alison Caddick, Editorial introduction) 2022 pg. 92
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