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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... no. 132 Autumn 2013 of Island est. 1990- Island
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* Contents derived from the 2013 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
'Who is Edith Campbell Berry?, Lenore Coltheart , single work column
'When the first of Frank Moorhouse's trilogy of novels about Edith Campbell Berry was published in 1993, Canberra-based political historian Lenore Coltheart was teaching and writing on women and internationalism and about to spend a sabbatical at the League of Nations archives in Geneva. Edith Campbell Berry is a heroine so vivid that, although a fictional construction, 'What would Edith do?' has become a ready response to dilemmas public and private. Drawing on Moorhouse's trilogy and her own research into the time, Coltheart examines a more fundamental question: 'Who is Edith Campbell Berry?' (p. 7)
(p. 6-12)
The Brave Vernaculari"Consider the pink slip, a demerit, another moment,", Corey Wakeling , single work poetry (p. 13)
People In Rooms Of Primary Coloursi"Can’t be distinguished by their emotions. They all feel the same", Michael Farrell , single work poetry (p. 21)
They Aren't Important in the Way Bigger Mountains Are, But... The Life and Times of Geoff and Liz Dean, Briony Kidd , single work biography
'Drawing on published and unpublished material, as well as interviews with family and friends, Briony Kidd explores how Geoff and Liz Dean have left an indelible mark on Tasmanian culture, assisting in the early incarnation of Island Magazine, as well as the establishment of the precursor to the Tasmanian Writers' Centre. They were driven by a sense of curiosity, and by ambitions that were just as likely to be on behalf of colleagues or their community at large as in the service of their own work. They shared an enduring commitment to three things: literature, their home state of Tasmania, and a sense of justice.' (p. 23)
(p. 22-30)
Big Dreams, Georgia Blain , single work short story (p. 31-37)
The Wifemaker, Carmen Cromer , single work short story fantasy (p. 49-52)
You Read It Herei"the dead speak", Christopher Kelen , single work poetry (p. 53)
Self-Worshipi"the wedding photo", Christopher Kelen , single work poetry (p. 53)
The Dead Are with Usi"the dead stand by us", Christopher Kelen , single work poetry (p. 53)
Interview : Charlotte Wood, Rachel Edwards , single work interview (p. 54-60)
Note: illus., port.
Amanda Lohrey, Geordie Williamson , single work criticism (p. 65-67)
Feral, Meg Vann , single work short story (p. 69-75)
He Painted Cupids on Soup Plates, Carmel Bird , single work short story (p. 77-80)
Induct True Legendary Thrills Braveryi"Bravery captors medal heroism circulate mission leftovers", Lionel Fogarty , single work poetry (p. 81)
Mutual Exact Too Bourgeoisi"She confesses her bourgeois treatment", Lionel Fogarty , single work poetry (p. 82)
Auntie's Story, Ryan O'Neill , single work short story (p. 83-87)
To Jayasenai"Jayasena, do you remember our walks along the shores", Judith Beveridge , single work poetry (p. 88)
Roadsidei"There are these things that we run into", Ann Vickery , single work poetry (p. 91)
Contagious Feelingi"It's a matter of simple mechanics", Ann Vickery , single work poetry (p. 91)
On the Use and Abuse of Poetry, John Kinsella , single work essay (p. 92)

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Island 132 Cassandra Atherton , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , July-August no. 353 2013;

— Review of Island no. 132 Autumn 2013 periodical issue
Island 132 Cassandra Atherton , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , July-August no. 353 2013;

— Review of Island no. 132 Autumn 2013 periodical issue
Last amended 12 Sep 2013 16:40:34
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