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Issue Details: First known date: 1992... vol. 8 no. 1 1992 of Scripsi est. 1981 Scripsi
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1992 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Green Rose Tani"Poverty is still sacred. Christian", Les Murray , single work poetry (p. 1)
Proem: on the Road to Costesseyi"Claudia says yes life must be very painful", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 63-64)
The Brutality of Fact (for Ken Gemes), Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 63-70)
"When did you first come across a pepper-mill" The Dogs Will Bark to Bring the Lion Downi"A peppermill, when did you first come across one", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 64-65)
The Imported Peppermill The Imported Pepper-Milli"The photographic advertisement with no peppermill", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 64-65)
Note: with title 'The Imported Peppermill'
Percy Grainger's Pepper-Milli"Francis Bacon died with the fact concerning Grainger's mill", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 65)
Note: with title 'Percy Grainger's Peppermill'
"There's no bloody peppermill when you want one" The Blood Hound's Nosei"Once in Carolina there were silver pepper-mills", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 66)
Note: with first line 'There's no bloody peppermill when you want one'
The Australian Versioni"A pepper mill just appeared in the fifties coffee shops", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 66)
The Brutality of Fact : 5 : that Dreadful Grinding Noisei"She had no idea about editing a literary magazine", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 67)
The Great Pepper Partyi"Revolution in the Western Pepper Fields", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 67-68)
A Pepper-Mill for a Young Poet A Peppermill for Anthony Lawrencei"On the edge of April I watched the jetty", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 68)
"I have never seen them farming pepper" Concern that the Peppermill is an Excusei"I have never seen them farming the pepper-corn", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 69)
Note: with first line 'I have never seen them farming pepper'
Inside the Milli"Is the coal-black sea that waits forever", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 69-70)
Note: with first line 'Is the cold black sea that waits forever'
Language Poem (3)i"Written by the wing these few lines work", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 70)
Language Poetry in Saskatchewan (for Douglas Barbour)i"Then she found in his hand, tucked in", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 71)
All Becausei"In couplets they spoke", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 72)
Symbolismi"Take this newspaper", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 72-73)
Happy Daysi"If you look out the window", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 74-75)
Clifton Creek (View for Ian)i"one pink bundle makes a Rose:", Louise Crisp , single work poetry (p. 97)
Pearl and Sea Fedi"there is a single disc of silver", Louise Crisp , single work poetry (p. 97-98)

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