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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... vol. 14 no. 4 Spring 2007 of Five Bells est. 1994 Five Bells
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* Contents derived from the 2007 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Judith Wright (1915-2000): Politics and Poetry, Merle Goldsmith , single work criticism (p. 5-8)
Diverting Politics in Clive James' Poem of the Year, John S. Batts , single work review
— Review of Poem of the Year Clive James , 1983 single work poetry ;
(p. 9-14)
'The Gatling's Jammed, and the Colonel Dead...' : A Meandering Stroll through Political Poetry, Thomas Thorpe , single work criticism
This article is mainly concerned with the literature of other countries but there is a reference to Australia's National Anthem and Waltzing Matilda.
(p. 15-22)
On Political Poetry, Peter Lach-Newinsky , single work criticism (p. 23-27)
Poetry and Politics : Fact and Opinion, Tim Thorne , single work criticism (p. 28-30)
My Neighbour Alec : Some Very Personal Memories of Professor Alec Derwent Hope, Anne Fairbairn , single work biography (p. 31-34)
Charles Dutoit and Poetry in Australia, Martin Langford , single work criticism
The author would like to see the same praise given to Australian poetry as was given to Charles Dutoit when he conducted a performance by the Sydney Sympnony Orchestra.
(p. 35-37)
From Replication to Mutation: Barthes and the Imagery of Two Australian Poets, Stuart Cooke , single work criticism (p. 38-41)
The Scanlon Prize for Poetry Winner, single work column (p. 41)
Poetry without borders, Michelle Cahill , single work column
A report about the poetry conference Poetry Without Borders.
(p. 42-43)
Flying with Icarus, Rodney Williams , single work column
A report on a Workshop for Writers and Visual Artists - the Baw Baw Writers Festival Playing with Words.
(p. 44-45)
How Poets Work : Michael Sharkey, Michael Sharkey , single work autobiography
'I live in a town of twenty-five thousand citizens. A few of them know I write poetry. Some of them know what I write and like things that I write, but far fewer, including most of my students, read poetry. I sometimes think it odd that students who enrol to study literature inform me that they want to be teachers, but they don't like the act of reading or writing. That's their prerogative, and peer pressure and public dismissal of the arts and humanities conspire to encourage them to be philistine in their taste for a while, but it makes the business of encouraging them to see any merit in writing a challenging one.' (Introduction) 
 
(p. 46-48)
Australian Poem Responses : Ada Cambridge : An Answer, Margaret Bradstock , single work criticism (p. 49-50)
Regional Report : North Sydney, Thomas Thorpe , Danny Gardner , single work column (p. 51-52)
Enterprise Ontologyi"He's reading a slim tone called Enterprise Ontology,", Roland Bello , single work poetry humour (p. 53)
Signsi"Ever noticed the metaphysics of road signs?", Peter Lach-Newinsky , single work poetry (p. 53)
Light Motivei"I've always been searching for that little", Cathy Bray , single work poetry (p. 53)
Black Suni"The private life of the bombed-out city isn't captured by headlines or", Roberta Lowing , single work poetry (p. 54)
Tokyo Nightsi"the rope master scorns the neophyte", Duncan Richardson , single work poetry (p. 54)
Breathing in Summeri"Summer eisteddfod", Eve Gray , single work poetry (p. 54)

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