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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... no. 33 October 2007 of Jacket est. 1997 Jacket
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* Contents derived from the 2007 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Untitled, Adam Aitken , 2007 single work review
— Review of The Accidental Cage Michelle Cahill , 2006 selected work poetry ;
Untitled, Martin Duwell , 2007 single work review
— Review of Sugar Hits Philip Hammial , 2006 selected work poetry ;
Untitled, Michael Farrell , 2007 single work review
— Review of Phosphorescence : A Collection of Poems Graeme Miles , 2006 selected work poetry ;
The Exhilaration and Anxiety of Free Fall, Mark Seton , 2007 single work review
— Review of The Kamikaze Mind Richard James Allen , 2006 single work novel ;
An Australian Suburban Gardeni"I am sitting in the front yard", Ken Bolton , 2007 single work poetry
Europei"Europe!", Ken Bolton , 2005 single work poetry
Note: Author's note: Europe - it's a continent, mate! It is also an idea. Paul Keating was Australian Prime Minister. There are art references - to Winckelmann, Mengs, Jacques-Louis David - but, as the joke is that they are so little thought of now, it would be perverse to explain them here. Margaret Dumont was the central female role in many Marx Brothers films; Garnier is, here, an architect, not a perfume. I was in Trieste - [and] Dublin, London [and] China - courtesy of The James Joyce Foundation's travelling prize. 'Bonjour Trieste' - my joke with the title of Francoise Sagan's novel, Bonjour, Tristesse. 'Europe' was written as I bounced to [and] fro between London, Trieste, London again ([and] Gabe's flat there), [and] thence to China on my way home to Australia.
For Various Movie Directorsi"I come this way", Ken Bolton , 1994 single work poetry
The Accidental Cagei"I watched two birds marooned in the barn loft.", Michelle Cahill , 2006 single work poetry
Manhattani"Sunlight bounces off the windows", Michelle Cahill , 2007 single work poetry
Poppiesi"Improvised design", Michelle Cahill , 2007 single work poetry
The Mundiad, Book IV, Justin Clemens , 2007 extract novel
Culpable Blindness, Anna Gibbs , 2007 single work short story
Things That Yeari"you're reading Michael Ondaatje's", Mark Mordue , 2007 single work poetry
Excerpt from Jane Fonda's Temple of Literature, Simon Robb , 2007 single work prose
Sand Islandi"Gnats phit like nanojets.", Jaya Savige , 2007 single work poetry
Riverfirei"The last of the sun cleaves the haze over Toowong", Jaya Savige , 2006 single work poetry

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