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Issue Details: First known date: 1976... no. 2 1976 of Magic Sam est. 1975-1982 Magic Sam
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1976 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Untitled, John Jenkins , single work review
— Review of The Poem of the Clear Eye Kris Hemensley , 1975 selected work poetry ;
Untitled, John Jenkins , single work review
— Review of Sulking in the Seventies Kris Hemensley , 1975 selected work poetry ;
Nervei"at the reading Nigel read", Ken Bolton , single work poetry
A Prospective Story by Gertrude Stein and Edgar Wallace, Robert Kenny , extract prose
The Shamus Who's Read Flaubert & Played Only the Best Chess Gives Some Information to the Police Reformers, Robert Kenny , single work prose
An Antipodean Scar : Ah! Cars and Gold, Robert Kenny , extract novel detective crime
The Lament of the Detective Unable to Find Interest in Any Case, Robert Kenny , single work prose
Five Homages to the Detective, Robert Kenny , sequence prose
The Best of All Possible Detectives in the Best of All Possible Worlds : One, Robert Kenny , extract prose
The Wicknessi"which glows in the cradle is not necessarily", Philip Hammial , single work poetry
For Medical Reasonsi"I'm on the train again. As usual it doesn't go anywhere,", Philip Hammial , single work poetry
Wigwami"All day leave my", Philip Hammial , single work poetry
The Vacuumi"He mingled it", Philip Hammial , single work poetry
Linesi"Face to face within weeks of one another.", Philip Hammial , single work poetry
Or Perhapsi"I'd choose not to assume that the reality of", Philip Hammial , single work poetry
The Contradictions, John Tranter , single work prose
The Story, David Miller , extract poetry
Fire Wateri"windows smashed", David Miller , single work poetry
Intervals (Section Two)i"I've tried many times she said to get", David Miller , single work poetry
Intervals (Section Three)i"clouds: different times different", David Miller , single work poetry

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— Appears in: Overland , Autumn no. 242 2021; (p. 34-42)
'The first thing Ranald Allan and his friends heard, after they passed through customs at Sydney airport, was John Forbes' booming deadpan, reciting the poem: 'Up, Up, Home & Away'. ' (Introduction)
 
'A House in the Country Spells Death' Aidan Coleman , 2021 single work essay
— Appears in: Overland , Autumn no. 242 2021; (p. 34-42)
'The first thing Ranald Allan and his friends heard, after they passed through customs at Sydney airport, was John Forbes' booming deadpan, reciting the poem: 'Up, Up, Home & Away'. ' (Introduction)
 
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