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Issue Details: First known date: 2003... vol. 10 no. 4 Spring 2003 of Five Bells est. 1994 Five Bells
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  • Special issue on 'Cultural Diversity in Poetry in Australia'.
  • Contents indexed selectively.


* Contents derived from the 2003 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Summer's Here: Enjoy the Sun - Don't Forget About the Elections, Brook Emery , single work column (p. 4)
Translating Myself, Re-Creating Myself Translating Myelf, Re-Creating Myself: A Critical Enquiry into the Process of Self-Translation, Yu Ouyang , single work criticism
Ouyang Yu reflects on the process of self-translating, that is translating his own work from one language to another, both to and from English and Chinese.
(p. 5-11)
In Australia : Spring at Kingsbury, Melbournei"on a long empty street", Yu Ouyang , single work poetry (p. 6)
Wari"A sky of black", Anna Yang , single work poetry (p. 12)
Poetry and Multicultural Education : A Preliminary Focus on Poetry Writing by Anna and Candy Yang, Andy S. Yang , single work column (p. 12-13)
The First Lifei"Who is the first life", Candy Yang , Candy Yang (translator), single work poetry (p. 13)
Croatian Poetry in Australia, Anna Kumarich , single work column (p. 14-15)
The Gull Stared at Mei"White, hot sand kissing my buttocks,", Anna Kumarich , single work poetry (p. 15)
Results of Vera Newsom Poetry Award, single work column (p. 15)
Spared by Geography, Nora Krouk , single work autobiography (p. 18-22)
Language Under Language, John Mateer , single work criticism (p. 23-25)
Line and Space, Geraldine McKenzie , single work criticism
McKenzie argues in favour of poetry that does not conform to cultural norms.
(p. 26-28)
Repositioning Poetry, James Stuart , single work criticism
Stuart addresses the premise that 'poetry is on the sidelines of the cultural field' and examines how this situation could be changed.
(p. 29-32)
Mother Teresa and Poetry, Anne Fairbairn , single work column
Fairbairn recalls her association with Mother Teresa in Baghdad following the first Gulf War where the two women worked with destitute children.
(p. 32)
How Poets Work : Ludwika Amber, Ludwika Amber , single work autobiography
Amber describes her writing style, including her revision process, and comments on her publication history.
(p. 33-34)
Youth Report, Ben Doran , single work column (p. 35-36)
The Differencei"A sense of space", Merle Goldsmith , single work poetry (p. 38)
For Lifei"Not my son", Molly Baumann , single work poetry (p. 38)
Mid-Summer Nighti"You try in vain to reach", Gillian Telford , single work poetry (p. 38)
Wrung Outi"Peg out my heart and leave us flapping on the line.", Gail Galloway , single work poetry (p. 38)

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