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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... no. 1 2005 of Unusual Work est. 2005- Unusual Work
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2005 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Arbitage Across the Pacific (from: Money Money Sex and Drugs, a work-in-progress), Andrew Liston , extract prose (p. unpaged)
Mexico City to Tijuana (from: Money Money Sex and Drugs, a work-in-progress), Andrew Liston , extract prose (p. unpaged)
Maestro On The Eden To Sydneyi"He's a child genius!", Alinta Goldsmith , single work poetry
For Birthdayi"For birthday, wine is full", D. J. Huppatz , single work poetry
In The Mountaini"In the mountain, picked up the two stones, blowing and polishing.", D. J. Huppatz , single work poetry
Mao Mao Maoi"hanging,", D. J. Huppatz , single work poetry
From Double Standard, Chris Mann , single work short story
Forest Poemi"Forest", Sandy Caldow , single work poetry
Note: Work appears in four parts.
Cancer Poemi"when work came along", Kerry Watson , single work poetry
Black Sheep Twoi"My mum's youngest brither is no longer dead", Angela Costi , single work poetry
[Untitled]i"Virgin birth", David G. Harris , single work poetry
Faulty Neoni"War against terror", Lauren Williams , single work poetry
Extracts from Money Money Sex and Drugs, Andrew Liston , single work prose
Sound Poemi"The talk about EXCELLENCE", Peter Murphy , single work poetry
An Ode to the Human Binsi"What a wonderful thing is the human bin", Yu Ouyang , single work poetry
De-shakespearizedi"I think I like it better", Yu Ouyang , single work poetry
Reading Celan the Chinese Wayi"Reading celan", Yu Ouyang , single work poetry
Note: Author note: Reading the Chinese way "Why bitter? Because "cu" sounds like the Chinese word for bitter. Hence a bitter Wong with ominous overtones if you link to the early Chinese deaths in Australia as a result of goldfield violent [sic] towards them
Trying to Correct a Mistakei"I was self-editing", Yu Ouyang , single work poetry
The Treei"years ago", Yu Ouyang , single work poetry
Her Me Ticki"On p. xxiv to p. xxv", Yu Ouyang , single work poetry

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