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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... no. 143 2015 of Island est. 1990- Island
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The Gift of David Ireland : The Glass Canoe, Malcolm Knox , single work essay
Malcolm Knox wrote this review essay in order to encourage people to read David Ireland's The Glass Canoe.
(p. 29-37)
An Enormous Question : James Bardley, Geordie Williamson (interviewer), single work interview (p. 38-43)
The World Repair Video Game (Part 5), David Ireland , extract novel

'Monday November 25

The stormbird, as I call the pallid cuckoo, is calling today in the valleys to the west of Big Hill, its call different from the call my gran remembered, a few notes shorter. ...'

(p. 60-81)
Swerve, Liam Pieper , single work short story (p. 82-87)
Like Clay, Julia Prendergast , single work short story (p. 88-94)
From : Accelerations & Inertiasi"'what we think has everything to do with what we're looking at'", Dan Disney , extract poetry (p. 104-108)
Smeusei"Something there is that loves a hedge. Something there is", Sue Wootton , single work poetry (p. 109)
#southeresthati"She goes as gently as the jet engines permit", Liam Ferney , single work poetry (p. 110)
The Pollinariumi"Faithful to its longest fang, constant in", Michelle Leber , single work poetry (p. 111)

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