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Alternative title: Interlocutor
Issue Details: First known date: 2012... no. 40.0 1 November 2012 of Cordite est. 1997 Cordite Poetry Review
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2012 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Nativism and the Interlocutor, John Mateer , single work criticism
I Have Three Wounds : Of Life, Love and Death, Juan Garrido Salgado , single work autobiography
Fauna Sounds: An Interview with Angela Rawlings, Graham Nunn (interviewer), single work interview
The Interlocutors: Poetry and Jazz in Collaboration, Geoff Page , single work criticism
Taches Solaires Sunspotsi"The people have filled the city's open spaces,", Alex Skovron , single work poetry
Note: French text, parallel translation in English. With French title: Taches Solaires
Galatee Galateai"It's worst when he lugs me to his bed at night:", Alex Skovron , Jacques Rancourt (translator) single work poetry
Note: French text with title: Galatee. Parallel translation in English.
Mapuche "Chile our liberation fight is the same=Nuestra lucha de liberación es la misma" Mapuche "Campesinos"i"Chile our liberation fight is the same Indigenous courage we must unite", Lionel Fogarty , Juan Garrido Salgado (translator) single work poetry
Note: English text. Parallel translation in Spanish with title: Mapuche
How to Believe in Death?i"How to believe in death=Si el odio es una guerra planificada", Juan Garrido Salgado , Juan Garrido Salgado (translator) single work poetry
Note: Spanish text, parallel translation in English with title: How to Believe in Death
Aborígenes Urbanos "Today a lot of actions and words are about Aboriginal Land Rights=Hoy en día hay muchos acciones y palabras" Urban Blacki"Today a lot of actions and words are about Aboriginal Land Rights", Lionel Fogarty , Juan Garrido Salgado (translator) single work poetry
Note: English text, parallel translation in Spanish with title: Aborígenes Urbanos
The Key of My House The Key of My Housei"For thousands of Palestinian people=Para miles de palestinos", Juan Garrido Salgado , Juan Garrido Salgado (translator) single work poetry
Note: Spanish text, parallel translation in English with title The Key of My House
Fogarty & Garrido : A Bilingual Conversation between Four Poems, Lionel Fogarty , Juan Garrido Salgado , sequence poetry
The Altercation Buti"Is it really true that one can’t change?", Helen Lambert , single work poetry
The Auctioni"Sometimes it seems we were brought here only to mourn", Bruce Dawe , single work poetry
The Geography Lessoni"They faced the cups. They sowed.", Bev Braune , single work poetry
Suggestible like a Straw Pounded with a Rubber Malleti"Viewed through the sliding", John Hawke , single work poetry
At the Hair Salon in Big Sandy, Texasi"A warm stomach rests", Nathanael O'Reilly , single work poetry
One. The Soldier : 6 June 2012.i"Fallen into a war he cannot win", Ken Smeaton , single work poetry
Two. The Chaplain : 6 June 2012.i"He is a high priest of tales", Ken Smeaton , single work poetry
Three. The Spy : 6 June 2012.i"The double agent cannot forget", Ken Smeaton , single work poetry
Four. M.I.A : 6 June 2012.i"It is the ones who cannot get over", Ken Smeaton , single work poetry

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