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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... vol. 33 no. 1 2007 of Hecate est. 1975 Hecate
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2007 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Celebrating May Day : Istanbuli"The sea is dark and fierce", Eileen Haley , single work poetry (p. 4)
Leaving Romancei"Today I buried the dress I met you in", Ashlley Morgan-Shae , single work poetry (p. 142)
The Separate Prison, Port Arthuri"Some went mad", Ashlley Morgan-Shae , single work poetry (p. 143)
Older Nowi"Restored,", Dianne Bates , single work poetry (p. 143)
In Your Lunchboxi"It's dark in here. I'm sandwiched against something sweet -", Courtney Black , single work poetry (p. 145)
Nine Days, Laura McKay , single work short story (p. 146-153)
'There's No Guarantee That the Future Will Be Worth It' : Government and Class in Amanda Lohrey's The Reading Group, Kalinda Ashton , single work criticism (p. 154-170)
The Flour Shed, Helena Pastor , single work short story (p. 171-173)
Occidental Echoes : Beth Yahp's Ambivalent Malaya, Shanthini Pillai , single work criticism (p. 174-189)
Little Bird, Jena Woodhouse , single work short story (p. 190-192)
Alexis Wright Interview, Kerry O'Brien (interviewer), single work interview

Wright discusses what her aims were with Carpentaria, and how she has been influenced by her grandmother in Cloncurry who told stories in a way that brought all times together, which is what Wright also tries to do in Carpentaria. She also discusses her literary influences.

(p. 215-219)
Dead Women, Angela Meyer , single work short story (p. 220-222)
Ghost Storyi"Under a night sky as immense as sleep.", Maria Takolander , single work poetry (p. 243)
Oili"one of the keywords that remains relevant", Yu Ouyang , single work poetry (p. 244)
Steve Irwin : Death of a Heroi"Before the camera", Nicola Scholes , single work poetry (p. 245-247)
Snapshot : Dora Maar 1907-1997, Pablo Picasso 1881-1973i"In a Man Ray shot", Helen Cerne , single work poetry (p. 247)
The Birth of Shamei"Skidding along the spinal cord", Abigail Ulman , single work poetry (p. 248-250)
Dream Catcheri"She comes to me when I least expect her company", Yvette Holt , single work poetry (p. 251)

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