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Epigraph: The call of the strange bird is heard on the pupe of the breathing floor; so high will become the bushels of wheat that man will cannibalise his fellow man...(Quatrain 75, Nostradamus)
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Alternative title:Four Apocalyptic Quatrains: The Australian Wheat Board-Iraq Bribery Scandal
yMeanjinBlak Times : Indigenous Australiavol.65no.1Peter Minter
'The resurgence of Indigenous culture and thought continues. Confident, smart and sensitive Aboriginal artists, writers and theorists create world-class work in every genre. Tough and autonomous critical milieux have developed, liberated from colonial and modern mythologies about Aboriginal culture and its relations to Western ways of thinking and seeing. Flourishing Indigenous arts and literary scenes have grown around a new generation of Aboriginal publishers, curators, writers, editors, film-makers, choreographers and savvy arts entrepreneurs...' (Minter, Peter, Listen Up, Meanjin Vol 65 No. 1 2006: 1-2)