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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... vol. 64 no. 6 June 2020 of Quadrant est. 1957 Quadrant
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* Contents derived from the 2020 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Time Poori"My solution to most crises, these days,", Devika Brendon , single work poetry (p. 19)
The Strangler Figi"I sauntered back towards my former school", Sean Wayman , single work poetry (p. 25)
In Praise of Boringi"Boredom, that scourge of my youth", David Harrison , single work poetry (p. 37)
The Cityi"My Father", David Harrison , single work poetry (p. 37)
I Said Left at the Fork, Robert—Left!i"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—", Joe Dolce , single work poetry (p. 50)
Numerology Warning for Les Murrayi"LES can also refer to:", Joe Dolce , single work poetry (p. 50)
Poori and Lime Picklesi"Denver days: I walked the streets,", Allan Johnston , single work poetry (p. 51)
Phoney Wari"For weeks we had history’s second phoney war.", Roger G. McDonald , single work poetry (p. 56)
Last Supperi"We went to friends with air-kisses and waves", Roger G. McDonald , single work poetry (p. 56)
Desert Painteri"Saffron dust storms cloud his eyes,", Jeremy Nelson , single work poetry (p. 65)
For a Young Friend Lost by Drowningi"Through the haven of ships", Jeremy Nelson , single work poetry (p. 65)
Spring Sentencei"It’s a warm and sacred", Jeremy Nelson , single work poetry (p. 65)
A Visit to the Esoteric Laundromati"Could you clean the curtain of my soul", Dana Rice , single work poetry (p. 82)
The Defeat of Literary Censorship, Ross Fitzgerald , single work review
— Review of The Trials of Portnoy : How Penguin Brought down Australia's Censorship System Patrick Mullins , 2020 single work criticism ;
'It took a book about masturbation to bring down Australia’s repressive regime of literary censorship. Philip Roth’s hugely controversial, highly sexualised novel Portnoy’s Complaint is a book about the habit that in the 1960s scarcely dared speak its name.' (Introduction)
(p. 85-87)
The Wedding Day, September 18, 1958, Marilyn Peck , single work short story (p. 102-103)
Cretei"When the standard schedule got too much for them,", Finn Brooke , single work poetry (p. 103)
Petals on a Wet, Black Boughi"Along the platform", Luke Whitington , single work poetry (p. 104)
First Ladyi"Either Billy or Ed said", Yu Ouyang , single work poetry (p. 104)
Leaves and Their Trees, Barry Gillard , single work short story (p. 105-107)
Smoke Ceremonyi"They are holding a smoke ceremony at our school.", Robin Teese , single work poetry (p. 107)

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