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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... no. 14 April - June 2015 of Rochford Street Review est. 2011 Rochford Street Review
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  • Includes : The Australian Poetry Podcast: Episode 3 Mark Roberts on Rochford Street Review, Publishing & Writing


* Contents derived from the 2015 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Questions, Ambiguities, Bodies : Simon Patton Reviews ‘The Thin Bridge’ by Andy Jackson, Simon Patton , single work review
— Review of The Thin Bridge Andy Jackson , 2014 selected work poetry ;
The Poems Are Their Own Defence : Brook Emery Launches ‘Open House’ by David Brooks, Brook Emery , single work review
— Review of Open House David Brooks , 2015 selected work poetry ;
B. J. Muirhead Considers the Laughter in Lachlan Brown’s ‘Limited Cities’, Bruce Muirhead , single work review
— Review of Limited Cities Lachlan Brown , 2012 selected work poetry ;
2,500 Years Ago Slam Poetry Was Born: Previewing Poetic License by Outer Urban Projects., Mark Roberts , single work essay
A Sophisticated and Assured Debut : Myron Lysenko Launches ‘Still Life With Grandmother’ by Christopher Race, Myron Lysenko , single work review
— Review of Still Life With Grandmother Christopher Race , 2015 selected work poetry ;
Anna Couani – Rochford Street Review Featured Writer, Mark Roberts , single work bibliography
Ideas for Novelsi"it’s", Anna Couani , single work poetry
Ideas for Novelsi"larger-than-life but skin-deep charisma", Anna Couani , single work poetry
Ideas for Novels, Anna Couani , single work poetry
A Powerful Evocation of an Artistic Friendship : James Keating Reviews ‘Battarbee and Namatjira’ by Martin Edmond, James Keating , single work review
— Review of Battarbee and Namatjira Martin Edmond , 2014 single work biography ;
A Female Odysseus For the Times : Angelo Loukakis Launches ‘Vagabondage’ by Beth Spencer, Angelo Loukakis , single work review
— Review of Vagabondage Beth Spencer , 2014 selected work poetry ;
Lifting the Roof and Showing Us Inside : Geoff Lemon Launches 'Every Time You Close Your Eyes' by Bel Schenk, Geoff Lemon , single work review
— Review of Every Time You Close Your Eyes Bel Schenk , 2014 selected work poetry ;
Ironic, Lighthearted, Funny : Carmel Macdonald Grahame Launches ‘Motherhood Statement’ by Karen Throssell, Carmel MacDonald-Grahame , single work review
— Review of Motherhood Statement Karen Throssell , 2015 selected work poetry ;
Imaginative Rightness : MTC Cronin Launches ‘The Ascendant’ by Maria Zajkowski, M. T. C. Cronin , single work review
— Review of The Ascendant Maria Zajkowski , 2015 selected work poetry ;
Standing for Something – the Raison D’etre of Julia Gillard: Linda Adair & Lucinda Adair-Roberts Reflect on a Conversation, Linda Adair , Lucinda Adair-Roberts , single work essay

'The Sydney Writers’ Festival sometimes feels like an election campaign because, just as political parties these days seem to deliver their policy launches a week or so out from the election, there already appears to be a month’s worth of Festival events stretching through May even though Mohsin Hamid is not due to deliver the Opening Address until 19 May. It is probably fitting then that an ex-Prime Minister kicked off events on May Day 2015. Linda Adair and Lucinda Adair-Roberts look back on Julia Gillard’s conversation with Jamila Rizvi.'

A Direct Invocation of Supernature : John Hawke Launches ‘Ticket to Ride’ by Philip Hammial, John Hawke , single work review
— Review of Ticket to Ride Philip Hammial , 2015 selected work poetry ;
A Sparkling Constellation of Poems : John Jenkins Launches ‘Princes by Night’ by Jeltje Fanoy, John Jenkins , single work review
— Review of Princes by Night Jeltje Fanoy , 2015 selected work poetry ;
It’s Been a Big Life So Far : Cate Kennedy Launches the ‘The Abyssinian Contortionist’ by David Carlin, Cate Kennedy , single work review
— Review of The Abyssinian Contortionist : Hope, Friendship and Other Circus Acts David Carlin , 2015 single work biography ;
Writing Is on the Wall for Arts Funding in Australia, Mark Roberts , single work essay
Ideas for Novelsi"2 am New York City", Anna Couani , single work poetry

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