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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... vol. 87 no. 3 Summer 2011 of Virginia Quarterly Review Virginia Quarterly Review
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2011 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Australian Poets, Kevin Hart , single work criticism (p. 141-VII)
Presentimenti"did it come in the bark of a dog", Sarah Day , single work poetry (p. 143)
Grass Notes, Sarah Day , sequence poetry (p. 143-147)
Notes on a Watercolouri"Perhaps she wore a crinoline and bonnet—", Sarah Day , single work poetry (p. 144)
Cemeteryi"How do they sleep - the ghosts", Sarah Day , single work poetry (p. 145)
Man-Trapi"The locked shed, like a family album", Sarah Day , single work poetry (p. 146)
Nesti"In this silvereye nest", Sarah Day , single work poetry (p. 147)
Net Makers The Net-Makersi"They stitched themselves into the days of my childhood,", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 148-149)
Summer Rain Front, North Coasti"A summer rain front laces a trailing hat of mist", Martin Harrison , single work poetry (p. 150-151)
Echoesi"A yacht lies down", Robert Gray , single work poetry (p. 152)
Classifying the Animalsi"These are those that in the distance seem a swarm of gnats", Robert Gray , single work poetry (p. 153)
Wing-Beati"In some last inventory, I'll have lost a season", Robert Gray , single work poetry (p. 154)
Poems a Long Way After Bashoi"I breathe the leaves of the basil", Rosemary Dobson , single work poetry (p. 155)
The Gentle Creaturesi"Like wallabies we hurtle", Chris Wallace-Crabbe , single work poetry (p. 156-157)
Father-in-Lawi"Alec, I said you'd be around", Chris Wallace-Crabbe , single work poetry (p. 156-157)
Beginningi"Across three fences", Aidan Coleman , single work poetry (p. 158)
Dayi"Wake with a kiss on your lips", Aidan Coleman , single work poetry (p. 159)
29 May 1999i"A lucky rain", Aidan Coleman , single work poetry (p. 160-162)
Aftermathi"In back wards, sea spray thinning ash as the city", Michael Brennan , single work poetry (p. 162-163)
Any Place to Goi"It was days later. Not long after we left the convent", Michael Brennan , single work poetry (p. 163-164)

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