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Issue Details: First known date: 1970... no. 5 1970 of MOK est. 1968-1969 MOK : A Magazine of Contemporary Ink and Paper
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  • Alternate Title:

    MOK : Alternatives

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1970 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
An Open Letter to Rob Tillett from Peter Ward, Peter Ward , 1970 single work correspondence
Peter Ward, noted critic and freelance journalist has written an open letter to co-editor Rob Tillett regarding the state of Australian Literature. His remarks, reproduced here in their entirety, are indicative of his concern for literature and society. [Editor's introduction]
(p. n.p.)
It Reminds Me of Rembrandti"with my mouth", J. Goodall , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Part One : Softly, Softlyi"Listen softly softly to my breathing", John Sladden , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Part 2 : Conflagration Cityi"big bastard", John Sladden , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Olde Pomei"we said the king", Jon Clarke , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
A Reason to Be Thankfuli"aren't you glad we're rounded", Norman Campbell Thompson , 1970 single work poetry humour (p. n.p.)
Osmosis Fra Commensurate Etymologisti"thru semitrees of marble headstones", Bill Beard , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Observationsi"it takes a micron of time to be born in", Alison Hill , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Note: With first line: 'It takes a micron of time'.
'My God, What Is Really Happening?', Rob Tillett , 1970 single work essay
'An ageing but respectable poet was once heard to utter these syllables when confronted with some of the new radical poetry broadsheets. Editor Rob Tillett endeavors to partially answer this pained question, but begs leave to inform those who already know that they may skip the essay itself and read only the last paragraph if indeed they feel so inclined. For those who know now, may it prove both inspiring and enlightening...' [Editor's abstract].
(p. n.p.)
Barbara : a Yorkshire Mythi"its all burnt (this", Kris Hemensley , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Yesterdayi"yesterday", Michael Elliman , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Nirvanai"on tree fragile", Michael Elliman , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Icicle Wingsi"icicle wings", Michael Elliman , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Like This, I Have Made Too Many Memoriesi"onto the / about my", Michael Elliman , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Untitledi"Johann thierne was a german sexton who buried over", Simon Bronsky , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Note: Appears in MOK with authorship attributed to Peter Bruce.
Untitledi"with sharing laughter, I am the artist;", Simon Bronsky , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
Note: Appears as Untitled.
Explanations, Richard Tipping , Robert H. Tillett , 1970 single work essay (p. n.p.)
Untitledi"in the family album / a sepia print", Nigel Roberts , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
3 : Poetryi"when finished", John Sladden , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)
4 Input Input Input .... ..i"[Concrete Poem]", John Sladden , 1970 single work poetry (p. n.p.)

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