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Issue Details: First known date: 1984... vol. 28 no. 6 May-June 1984 of Hemisphere est. 1956 Hemisphere
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Fruit Flies - No Sting, single work interview
The national circus industry was revolutionised with groundbreaking training projects such as the 1983 Nanjing project, when acrobats were brought to Australia through the efforts of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus and the Australian and Chinese governments for a three-month intensive training program.
(p. 332-348)
Officially Autumni"The wind last night bent down one frond", John Griffin , single work poetry (p. 362)
The Kavii"There is one poet only, who has sung", Harold Stewart , single work poetry (p. 362)
Alan Marshall's Battlers, Kylie Tennant , single work review
— Review of Alan Marshall's Battlers Alan Marshall , 1983 selected work short story autobiography prose ;
(p. 364)
Gaijin's Kabukii"Kabuki is lemon-tea", Joyce Irene Ackroyd , single work poetry (p. 385)

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