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y separately published work icon Cordite Poetry Review periodical issue  
Alternative title: Pumpkin : The Literal. The Visual. The Comical
Issue Details: First known date: 2013... no. 43.1 October 2013 of Cordite est. 1997 Cordite Poetry Review
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'This issue presents eight comics/graphic novelists' adaptations of poems. The points of the exercise are a bit of fun and to explore the quasi-transmedia intersection of the literal and the visual, and how the latter might interpret the former.' (Publisher's blurb)

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2013 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Where Are the Dark Woods?i"they were always there", Alison Croggon , single work poetry
Note: Illustrated by Frank Candiloro
TVi"Janet has been busy turning a banal bourgeois home", Michael Farrell , single work poetry
Note: Illustrated and adapted by Marijka Gooding
The Old Roosteri"The old rooster", Omar Musa , single work poetry
Note: Illustrated and adapted by Queenie Chan
Microaviary, A. Frances Johnson , sequence poetry
Note: Illustrated and adapted by Bruce Mutard
The Moon is Not Talking to Usi"The Moon is not talking to us.", Adam Ford , single work poetry
Note: Illustrated and adapted by Gregory Mackay
His Quarteri"If you've heard of me", K. F. Pearson , single work poetry
Note: Illustrated and adapted by Mirranda Burton
Suburban Archaeologyi"Living on a stable plate", Anna Krien , single work poetry
Note: Illustrated and adapted by Mandy Ord
A Jesus Kind of Joyi"I profess an interest in it all,", Jack Hibberd , single work poetry
Note: Illustrated and adapted by Bernard Caleo
The Spider in the Kitcheni"I fed the spider beef.", Andrew Sant , single work poetry
Note: Illustrated by Kirrily Schell
Vibrationsi"I just ended that one with the Hispanic boy. I’m always thinking,", Fiona Wright , single work poetry

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