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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... May 2016 of Poetry est. 1912 Poetry
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Notes

  • Includes portraits by Australian photographer, Juno Gemes.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Note on the Editor, Devin Johnston , single work essay (p. 111-114)
Axe Derbyi"Never were knuckle-men.", Bonny Cassidy , single work poetry (p. 115)
Magniferai"Ripeness was a semitone below", Jaya Savige , single work poetry (p. 116)
Carouseli"Dense night is a needs thing.", Jaya Savige , single work poetry (p. 117)
Thalassographyi"I have known these estuaries —", Sarah Holland-Batt , single work poetry (p. 118-119)
Forget the Starsi"Focus on the taxidermied light,", Fiona Hile , single work poetry (p. 120)
In a Dark Roomi"Rock quartz next to a fence with upturned faces.", Cassie Lewis , single work poetry (p. 121)
Civil Twilighti"Emotion scoops the footpath’s velvet edges,", Gig Ryan , single work poetry (p. 122)
Nautical Twilighti"His sorceries are boo-hooing a teller,", Gig Ryan , single work poetry (p. 123)
Shock Lessons, a Paddock Scripturei"exploring the farm as a child I would part the tall grasses,", Robbie Coburn , single work poetry (p. 124)
The Art of Sidewaysi"Northern hemisphere it’s almost Christmas.", Claire Potter , single work poetry (p. 130)
My Darling Turns to Poetry at Nighti"My darling turns to poetry at night.", Anthony Lawrence , single work poetry (p. 131)
Sea Krait, Broomei"How slow an approach when viewed", Amanda Joy , single work poetry (p. 132-133)
The Long Dryi"Men are hanging themselves unaccompanied", Amanda Joy , single work poetry (p. 134-135)
Cloaca Maximai"Any, every, thing that was exposed", Elizabeth Campbell , single work poetry (p. 136)
From “Semele”i"There was terror already", Elizabeth Campbell , single work poetry (p. 137)
From “The Wife, Ezekiel & God”i"She is approaching him, God, he sees her", Petra White , single work poetry (p. 138-139)
Lake Mungoi"He wants to take her", Susan Fealy , single work poetry (p. 140)
Black Deaths In Custodyi"despite the cost a new gaol has been built", Ali Cobby Eckermann , single work poetry (p. 149)
Thunder Raining Poisoni"a whisper arrives. two thousand. two thousand or more. did you hear it?", Ali Cobby Eckermann , single work poetry (p. 150-151)

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Works about this Work

Australian Poetry Woos Americans Geoff Page , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 27-28 August 2016; (p. 30)

— Review of Poetry no. May 2016 periodical issue
Vicarious Verse Jaya Savige , 2016 single work column
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 14-15 May 2016; (p. 17)
The world’s most-read poetry journal is dedicating its latest edition to Australia. Here, Jaya Savige reflects on the monsters, fakes and thefts at work in the nation’s literary scene
Australian Poetry Woos Americans Geoff Page , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 27-28 August 2016; (p. 30)

— Review of Poetry no. May 2016 periodical issue
Vicarious Verse Jaya Savige , 2016 single work column
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 14-15 May 2016; (p. 17)
The world’s most-read poetry journal is dedicating its latest edition to Australia. Here, Jaya Savige reflects on the monsters, fakes and thefts at work in the nation’s literary scene
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