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Issue Details: First known date: 1969... vol. 23 Autumn 1969 of Twentieth Century est. 1946 Twentieth Century
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1969 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Night-Walking - At Rushcutters Bayi"The moonless sea is moving darkly -", J. S. Harry , single work poetry (p. 37)
Bird at Tide's Edgei"When the surf roar of the horses dims,", J. S. Harry , single work poetry (p. 38)
The Queuei"It is the longest queue imaginable.", William Rush , single work poetry (p. 196)
Dogi"Being old and sane enough a dog to stay", Peter Steele , single work poetry (p. 211)
Hillside Farmi"All the day", Ian Mudie , single work poetry (p. 211-212)
Into the Landscapei"The waste from the chemical factory's stacks", J. S. Harry , single work poetry (p. 212)
Birthday Ode for Barbara Fuchsi"A Macedonian address", Peter Steele , single work poetry (p. 233-236)
The Toadi"We slew the ugly toad cold-blooded.", Dezso Kosztolanyi , Jake Majon (translator), single work poetry (p. 242)
The Lyrist's Epiloguei"Only I can be the hero of my verse,", Jake Majon , single work poetry (p. 243)
Litanyi"In my crazy time", Jake Majon , single work poetry (p. 244-245)
Yet These Thingsi"Yet these things are", Brian Ridley , single work poetry (p. 260)
Friend of the Drowned Boyi"The child sits quietly, winter-numb.", Lerys Byrnes , single work poetry (p. 261)
Pig Farm, Mental Hospital (for Gus)i"Laid out almost like a Roman villa-", Craig Powell , single work poetry (p. 261)
Last Respectsi"What can we say about Donald now he's dead,", William Rush , single work poetry (p. 262)
The Misfitsi"They are trees out of season", William Rush , single work poetry (p. 262)
Child and Shelli"Go past the red anemone, the crab and eel,", Margaret Irvin , single work poetry (p. 263)
Chicken and Champagnei"We don't begrudge a moderate charge", Lerys Byrnes , single work poetry (p. 279)

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