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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... no. 1 September 2014 of Writ Poetry Review est. 2014 Writ Poetry Review
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2014 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Hooking, Scott-Patrick Mitchell , sequence poetry
Suicidei"little fish, give up this", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry
Frenchi"like sartre, nausea aches your", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry
Tarponi"tough & deadly like a", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry
Limericki"there once was a book", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry
Slicedi"yes, you shall be", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry
Kendall Kirbyi"kick it. get thicket", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry
Treblei"& bass", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry
Seamasteri"is a white wet", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry
Denizeni"perfect each day & waif away", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry
Double Take, Taken Abacki"everyone knows what pelicans look like", Scott-Patrick Mitchell , single work poetry
Interview : Scott-Patrick Mitchell, Kaitlyn Plyley , single work interview
The Spelli"Take two parts dream", Liana Joy Christensen , single work poetry
Bed Clothes, Coral Carter , single work poetry
Desuetudei"It rained for weeks when you left, and it’s rained all night", Mark Tredinnick , single work poetry
Fairy Penguinsi"at the corner of the coast we leave behind", Helen Hagemann , single work poetry
A Cockleshell Guitar, Jan Napier , single work poetry
Departures / Arrivalsi"We wake", Zenobia Frost , single work poetry
Enwombedi"you germinate", Vivienne Glance , single work poetry
How Many Umbrellas or Love Lettersi"how many umbrellas or love letters have I lost in my lifetime – left in the pristine", Richard James Allen , single work poetry

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