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Issue Details: First known date: 1987... vol. 46 no. 3 Spring 1987 of Meanjin est. 1940 Meanjin
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* Contents derived from the 1987 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
To Be Discontinued, Janette Turner Hospital , single work short story (p. 276-282)
R. D. Fitzgerald, 1902-1987, Vincent Buckley , single work obituary (p. 283-286)
For Nowi"just crouch in the window,", Chris Andrews , single work poetry (p. 287)
A Harbour-Mistress Recalls Her Wartime Servicei"The steady throb of a motor round the headland", Andrew Sant , single work poetry (p. 288-289)
Mending the Dami"Through fields networked by hidden streams", Diane Fahey , single work poetry (p. 289)
The Stunned Mulleti"lips bruised blue", John Forbes , single work poetry (p. 290)
Mourning After Criticism, Simon During , single work criticism (p. 301-310)
Squabbling on the Iceberg : The War Between Writers and Reviewers, Stephen Knight , single work criticism (p. 311-318)
The Transposition of Clermonti"After the Big Flood, we elected", Les Murray , single work poetry (p. 326-327)
The Economy of Fashioni"Let us imagine the return of lace:", K. F. Pearson , single work poetry (p. 327)
The Properties of Water, Kate Jennings , single work poetry (p. 328-329)
Auden at the Meti"Approaching thirty,", Peter Rose , single work poetry (p. 330)
Requiescat in Pace, Peter Goldsworthy , single work short story

'My sister was up on the tables, dancing, when I arrived on New Year's Eve. Hours later, when I was ready to dance on the tables, she was off in a corner, weeping.

'This was the pattern.

''I've so many young friends now,' she had insisted on the phone the week before. 'So many . . . caring friends. They've given me so much support. Please come. You must meet them.'

''Well . . .'

''Please.'' (Introduction)

(p. 331-337)
Cottage Industry, with Muse, Chris Wallace-Crabbe , single work criticism (p. 338-342)
Some Reflections on Small-Press Publishing, Michael Sharkey , single work criticism (p. 343-346)
Poetry News in Brief, Vincent O'Sullivan , single work review
— Review of Collected Lives Geoff Page , 1986 selected work poetry extract ; Words for a Journey : Poems 1970-1985 R. A. Simpson , 1986 selected work poetry ; Blood and Bone Philip Hodgins , 1986 selected work poetry ; Nearer by Far Richard Tipping , 1986 selected work poetry ; Poetry Australia no. 106 John Millett , 1986 periodical issue novella ;
(p. 347-354)
The Double Busi"Stalled at the HALT", Geoff Page , single work poetry (p. 355)
Elizabeth and Red Socks in Perthi"Elizabeth's wearing them. They go right up to her knee.", Judith Rodriguez , single work poetry (p. 356-357)
With How Sad Stepsi"To the clear light of day the ghostly", Alison Clark , single work poetry (p. 357)
The Life of Ideas (in memoriam A.F. Davies)i"Aloe, agave, portulaca, prickly pear", Chris Wallace-Crabbe , single work poetry (p. 358-360)

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