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Issue Details: First known date: 1987... vol. 4 no. 3 1987 of Scripsi est. 1981 Scripsi
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1987 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Time of Hard, Kate Grenville , extract novel (p. 51-59)
Sempre Sinistra: Kate Grenville's Split-Level Dreamhouse, Christina Thompson , single work review
— Review of Dreamhouse Kate Grenville , 1986 single work novel ;
(p. 61-68)
Alan Wearne's `The Nightmarkets': the Art of Talk, John Forbes , single work review
— Review of The Nightmarkets : A Novel Alan Wearne , 1986 sequence novel ;
(p. 71-74)
Je Ne Regrette Rieni"The blu-tack can't hold down", John Forbes , single work poetry (p. 75)
The Sublime According to Quinei"You want to write like a baby-language Rilke", John Forbes , single work poetry (p. 76)
Bicentennial Poem no.2i"Fatal as the blue-ringed octopus", John Forbes , single work poetry (p. 77)
Night-Thoughts on `The Nightmarkets' or `Can We Become Our Future?', David Carter , single work review
— Review of The Nightmarkets : A Novel Alan Wearne , 1986 sequence novel ;
(p. 78-83)
Bathyscapei"As we drift up past the mug shots", John Tranter , single work poetry (p. 84)
Cabin Feveri"After the dinner dance, the Young Rotarians", John Tranter , single work poetry (p. 85)
Variationi"Stretching an initial into a hint", Chris Burns , single work poetry (p. 86-89)
`Our Ennui and Job Applications': Alan Wearne's `The Nightmarkets', Christopher Pollnitz , single work review
— Review of The Nightmarkets : A Novel Alan Wearne , 1986 sequence novel ;
(p. 91-97)
Orpheusi"But of course it was to no good end!", John Scott , single work poetry (p. 99-106)
Nightmarketing Melbourne or How Correct-Line Can a Juggernaut Be?, Eden Liddelow , single work review
— Review of The Nightmarkets : A Novel Alan Wearne , 1986 sequence novel ;
(p. 107-113)
Daedalusi"Daedalus, with creaking wizard's face, squints over", Diane Fahey , single work poetry (p. 114)
Adversaryi"But the freshest eagle will undo the dream -", Diane Fahey , single work poetry (p. 114)
Departurei"Feathers of paper, bones of tin;", Diane Fahey , single work poetry (p. 114-115)
Flyers, Diane Fahey , sequence poetry (p. 114-115)
Apprenticei"He finds him, a wing-trapped bundle in a field.", Diane Fahey , single work poetry (p. 115)
`The Nightmarkets': Nothing Fated or Rarefied, John Leonard , single work review
— Review of The Nightmarkets : A Novel Alan Wearne , 1986 sequence novel ;
(p. 117-121)
[Untitled] (from Nothing But Thunder) (for Steve Anker and Gaby Muir)i"Haven't you always had that touch of the flirt? Eh, Chrissie?", Alan Wearne , single work poetry (p. 122-124)

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