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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... no. 5 2008 of PAN est. 2000 PAN
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* Contents derived from the 2008 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Out of Place : Close Observations of the Local Kind, Lesley Duxbury , single work criticism
'The author, through close personal observation, explores the relationship between nature and the urban environment. The author's aim is raise awareness of nature in the urban environment and the contingent loss of the natural world in order to create a greater appreciation of the natural world in a larger sense.' (Publisher's abstract)
(p. 41-46)
Being True to the Earth - In Peril : Finding a Voice to Touch the Heart, Nonie Sharp , single work criticism
'The author uses literature, past and present, to highlight concerns regarding the degradation of the natural world. Of particular concern is the apparent lack of focus by governments in tackling global warming. The artist's role in defining, describing and lamenting the degradation of the natural world is explored.' (Editor's abstract)
(p. 47-58)
At the Billabong, Deborah Bird Rose , single work prose (p. 59-61)
North Country Abstracts, Michael Brennan , single work prose (p. 69-77)
Book VII, XXVIIi"What offerings should we make to the plants that they might understand our intentions", Peter Boyle , single work poetry (p. 79)
Poems from The Apocrypha of William O’Shaunessy, Peter Boyle , sequence poetry (p. 79-81)
Book VII, XXIi"How did those who wanted to collect doorways, do so across the vast stretch of ancient", Peter Boyle , single work poetry (p. 80)
Book VI, XIX : Changing Housei"They need a small bus to carry the bones of all the fish", Peter Boyle , single work poetry (p. 81)
Claimed by Country Vi"This is the rose on the gum.", Anne Elvey , single work poetry (p. 83)
Claimed by Country VIi"Evening’s a heron on the Broadway sky,", Anne Elvey , single work poetry (p. 84)
Pledges of Gracei"Russet down hues;", Anne Elvey , single work poetry (p. 85)
Paperbarki"Half-torn: tree’s tide is cream, sepia, iron, attached", Anne Elvey , single work poetry (p. 86)
When Language Failsi"trio without vowel,", Anne Elvey , single work poetry (p. 87)
The Pantheri"Through having gazed too often on the bars,", Rainer Maria Rilke , Robert Gray (translator), single work poetry (p. 89)
Kangaroo "His hungry face" A Kangarooi"That hungry face", Robert Gray , single work poetry (p. 90)
Emblemi"a yacht lies down", Robert Gray , single work poetry (p. 91)
Prayeri"Dark One, I come to you by stepping back", Kevin Hart , single work poetry (p. 93)
The Deeri"In a dark wood", Kevin Hart , single work poetry (p. 94)
Summeri"It was a fat ripe pear, that summer day,", Kevin Hart , single work poetry (p. 95)
Buddha Mooni"The boy goes out into the night,", Mark Tredinnick , single work poetry (p. 97)

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