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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... vol. 12 no. 3 Winter 2005 of Five Bells est. 1994 Five Bells
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Untitled, Martin Langford , single work correspondence
Martin Langford responds to the comments made by Louise Wakeling about his proposal for an Education Policy concerning the state of poetry teaching in secondary schools.
(p. 5)
Adapted for Land : A Lungfish Writes, Writes, Writes the Wild Surf, Brook Emery , single work essay
Brook Emery provides an insight into the relationship of humans to the sea.
(p. 6-9)
'I Must Go Down to the Seas Again....', Winifred Weir , single work prose
The sea was a part of Winifred Weir's childhood and in this article she shows how the sea is portrayed by some Australian poets.
(p. 10-11)
Other Seas, Sheryl Persson , single work essay
Sheryl Persson tries to define sea poetry and asks what may have motivated comtemporary Australian poets to write about the sea.
(p. 12-16)
Indigestioni"indigestion,", Pamela Brown , single work poetry (p. 17)
Indigestion, Pamela Brown , single work criticism
Includes short paragraphs by non-Australian authors about authenticity in poetry. Also includes a poem entitled Indigestion by Pam Brown and indexed separately.
(p. 17-18)
Practising around 'the Authentic'i"Walking is important, slow mobility across", Jill Jones , single work poetry (p. 19-21)
Authenticity and the Creative Process, Cath Kenneally , single work criticism
Cath Kenneally, by giving an example of her own work, illustrates aspects of authenticity in poetry and whether a poem should be written 'straight from the heart'.
(p. 22-23)
From : Day One (a work-in-progress), Cath Kenneally , extract poetry (p. 22-23)
Nora Krouk, Andrew Jakubowicz , single work biography (p. 24-25)
Poems, Poems Everywhere, Norm Neill , single work column
Poetry Week was held around Australia from 9-18 September 2005.
(p. 25)
Poetry and Science in Education, Erica Jolly , single work essay
Erica Jolly examines the relationship between science and poetry.
(p. 26-30)
How Poets Work : Chris Mansell, Chris Mansell , single work autobiography (p. 31-34)
Regional Report : New South Wales, Lizz Murphy , single work column (p. 35-36)
Still Lifei"three dark-haired women", Norm Neill , single work poetry (p. 37)
Ultrasound Poem #2i"Call them Mum", Tim Metcalf , single work poetry (p. 37)
The Dental Hygienist Dreamsi"does she dream", Gina Mercer , single work poetry (p. 37)
Trawlingi"Look at that glistening,", Lorraine Marwood , single work poetry (p. 37)
Living with Youi"you flout the warmth of the blankets", Phil Ilton , single work poetry (p. 37-38)
Letter to The Editori"Sir, If they were my children", Gillian Telford , single work poetry (p. 38)

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