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73.2 Lyre/Liar

long_paddock

ESSAYS AND ARTICLES

John Bennett, Real Fables

Melissa Boyde, Cultural Myths and Open Secrets

Angela Rockel, Owl

Christine Townend, The Cat Experiment

 

POETRY

Susan Adams, Slow Bleeding

Chris Brown, The Nocturnal Ceremonies

Michael Farrell, Character

Alison Gorman, January Water Dragons

John Kinsella, Birth on the Road to Gubbeen

Frank Russo, Ponsonby Road Menagerie

Corey Wakeling, Ombudsman Reader

 

STORIES

Hettie Ashwin, Roadkill

Teja B. Pribac, Fishy Feelings

Roo Stove, Vagrancy Act 1966

Milly Vranes, Heat

 

REVIEWS

Jal Nicholl, of Matthew Hall, Hyaline, and Rebecca Law, Lilies and Stars

Sarah Day, of Jane Williams, Days Like These

Claire Nashar, of Lionel Fogarty, Mogwie-Idan: Stories of the Land

Bonny Cassidy, of Tracy Ryan, The Argument and Unearthed

 

CONTRIBUTORS

 

Editorial Note

We must advise of two errors in the Lyre/Liar Long Paddock contents as advertised in the hard copy of the issue. The poem by John Tranter, “Lost Weekend in Boca Raton”, does not appear here, and will be published instead in the next issue, The Naked Writer (Southerly 73.3), and an article by Christine Townend, “The Cat Experiment”, which appears in this edition of the Long Paddock, and which should have been listed in the hard copy as doing so, was discovered to have mysteriously dropped from the list too late to be re-inserted before printing. Our apologies to our readers, to John and Christine, and to the gremlin whom we have so evidently offended.

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  1. Evangelyne / Jan 20 2014 4:13 am

    It’s been awhile since I’ve really liked one of John Kinsella’s poems, but “Birth on the Road to Gubbeen” is excellent and well-worth waiting for.

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