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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... vol. 55 no. 1 July 2010 of Westerly est. 1956 Westerly
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* Contents derived from the 2010 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Parting Glances, Susan Midalia , single work short story (p. 6-15)
What Herons Knowi"Ascending from mud-flat to cypress", Diane Fahey , single work poetry (p. 16)
Corvus Coronoidesi"Though, somewhere, a reach of territory,", Diane Fahey , single work poetry (p. 17)
To Hold onto a Mapi"To be out of place and to know that other place", Jill Jones , single work poetry (p. 18-19)
Flying into Perthi"the shadow of the plane", Jen Jewel Brown , single work poetry (p. 20)
Annual Poetry Review 2009-2010, Bronwyn Lea , single work review
— Review of Ghostly Subjects Maria Takolander , 2009 selected work poetry ; Moments of Perfect Poise Gillian Telford , 2008 selected work poetry ; Parts of Us Thomas Shapcott , 2010 selected work poetry ; Marriage for Beginners : And Other Poems Catherine Bateson , 2009 selected work poetry ; Taller When Prone Les Murray , 2010 selected work poetry ; Grass Notes Sarah Day , 2009 selected work poetry ; Storm and Honey Judith Beveridge , 2009 selected work poetry ; White Lines (Vertical) Marcelle Freiman , 2010 selected work poetry ; Folk Tunes Alan Gould , 2009 selected work poetry ; Piano Hill Ross Bolleter , 2009 selected work poetry ; Birds in Mind Andrew Lansdown , 2008 single work poetry ; Apples with Human Skin Nathan Shepherdson , 2009 selected work poetry ; The Pallbearer's Garden A. Frances Johnson , 2008 selected work poetry ; A Tight Circle Brendan Ryan , 2008 selected work poetry ; Letters Chris Mansell , 2009 selected work poetry ; Beautiful Waste : Poems by David McComb David McComb , 2009 selected work poetry ;
(p. 21-38)
Detail : Bird's Nest, Yang Xie , Yu Ouyang (translator) single work poetry (p. 39)
The Bee Whispereri"The beekeeper", Duncan Richardson , single work poetry (p. 40-41)
Putting Words in the Buddha's Mouth : An Analysis of Judith Beveridge's 'Between the Palace and the Bodhi Tree', Michael Heald , single work criticism (p. 41-65)
January 29, 2009i"While I wash dishes to", Graham Nunn , single work poetry (p. 42)
Patricia Hackett : A Life (1908-1963), D. C. McLaughlin , single work biography (p. 68-73)
Duski"We set out at dusk, down to the dock,", Kit Brookman , single work poetry (p. 74-75)
An Interview with Antonio Casella 'On Leased Land' : The Sensualist by Antonio Casella, Giovanni Messina (interviewer), single work interview (p. 76-90)
The Navigations of Rose de Freycinet, Judy Johnson , sequence poetry

A sequence of poems detailing the adventures of Rose de Freycinet (1794-1832), who stowed away on the French Navy ship, Uranie, captained by her husband. Louis-Claude de Freycinet, had been commissioned by the French Government to command a round-the-world scientific expedition. The National Library of Australia records that Uranie sailed from France in 1817 and visited Australia (surveying the Western Australian coast from Geographe Bay to Shark Bay), New Guinea, the Mariana Islands and Hawaii, before being wrecked off the Falkland Islands on 13 February 1820.

(p. 91-100)
Note: Epigraph: (In 1817, Rose de Freycinet, dressed as a man, stowed away on the ship Uranie to sail with her husband, Louis, on a scientific expedition to the South Pacific.)
The Windswept Cliff of Genderi"I swayed for a while at its edge,", Judy Johnson , single work poetry (p. 91-92)
Nautical Itchi"Louis' itch would be familiar to many a nautical wife.", Judy Johnson , single work poetry (p. 92-93)
A Polarised Look at Romancei"Terrestial magnetism. Pronounced quickly,", Judy Johnson , single work poetry (p. 93-94)
Statisticsi"Uranie is 112 feet long, 28 wide and 14 deep", Judy Johnson , single work poetry (p. 95)
Headachei"Oh the melodies of pain", Judy Johnson , single work poetry (p. 96)
Inheritancei"The old King has died in the Sandwich Islands.", Judy Johnson , single work poetry (p. 96-97)

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