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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Best of Friends : The First Thirty Years of the Friendly Street Poets
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* Contents derived from the Adelaide, South Australia,:Friendly Street Poets ,Wakefield Press , 2008 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Preface, Steve Evans , Kate Deller-Evans , single work column (p. 1-6)
The First Thirty Years of Friendly Street Poets, Steve Evans , Kate Deller-Evans , single work essay (p. 9-59)
Taronga Engagementi"What passion", Adele Kipping , single work poetry (p. 63)
For My Showeri"You make", Aidan Coleman , single work poetry (p. 64)
A Word Not a Sentence : Diagnosisi"A grey marble", Allison Moore , single work poetry (p. 65)
A Member of the Crystal Seti"If the cat wants to go out", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 66)
Evening Conversationi"stars fall from our mouths", Anna Brooks , single work poetry (p. 67)
Inheriting My Father's Toolboxi"There's a trick to opening this toolbox", Avalanche , single work poetry (p. 68)
To Minnie Mousei"a red bow!", Barry Westburg , single work poetry (p. 69)
In Praise of a Second Languagei"A second language", Beate Josephi , single work poetry (p. 70)
The Revenge of the Fairiesi"Dear Blake, I read from these lines that you caught", Bridget Porter Oldale , single work poetry (p. 71)
Burial : East Maitland, 1981i"lowering her into the ground", Bronwen Levy , single work poetry (p. 72)
My Mother and the Treesi"She shook the doormat free of dogs,", Christine Churches , single work poetry (p. 73)
Memo: Administrator to Swallowi"Each day you come, swallow,", Colin Thiele , single work poetry (p. 74)
Starlingsi"Odd cloud that twists", Constance Frazer , single work poetry (p. 75)
Haad Rin, Ko Phangan, Thailandi"The sea is a placid blue bowl", David Adès , single work poetry (p. 76)
Aspectsi"As she arranges irises", David Cookson , single work poetry (p. 77)
Early Train to Towni"There's a woman dreaming at the end of the carriage", David Mortimer , single work poetry (p. 78)
The Swingi"The swing is a musical instrument.", Deb Matthews-Zott , single work poetry (p. 79)
Things a Man May Doi"play in a band", Deborah McCulloch , single work poetry (p. 80)

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