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Issue Details: First known date: 1949... vol. 10 no. 2 1949 of Southerly est. 1939 Southerly
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1949 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A.B. Paterson: Some Adjustments, F. Earle Hooper , single work biography (p. 62-65)
Ice Age in Egypti"Jog on again, Gyppo! It's time to jog on.", Peter Hopegood , single work poetry (p. 66-67)
Boundary Ridersi"Provisoes, our paddock fences, shape the direction", T. Inglis Moore , single work poetry (p. 67)
Jungle and Emeraldi"I, who have been tempered in the fire of gorgeous suns,", Raemonde Alain , single work poetry (p. 68-69)
Poem I Am a Flight of Stepsi"I am a flight of steps under a June sun.", Raemonde Alain , single work poetry (p. 69)
Trinityi"Trinity, my house, the outward walking self", Raemonde Alain , single work poetry (p. 69)
Untitledi"Lower the sun crept and across our pain", Shawn O'Leary , single work poetry war literature (p. 70-71)
Writing Poetry: The Why and the How, Shawn O'Leary , single work criticism biography (p. 70-73)
Addressi"This was a man who laughed and held a gun.", Shawn O'Leary , single work poetry war literature (p. 71)
Note: Poem untitled in this source.
Arrivali"Hold fast for me my yesterdays.", Shawn O'Leary , single work poetry (p. 72-73)
Note: Untitled in this source.
Writing Poetry: The Why and the How, Muir Holburn , single work criticism biography (p. 73-76)
Untitledi"In the colossal and voidful shadows of an old house--", Muir Holburn , single work poetry (p. 75)
Writing Poetry: The Why and the How, R. G. Howarth , single work criticism (p. 76-80)
Cynthia Upbraids Propertiusi"As on lorn sands spent Ariadne lay", L. H. Allen , single work poetry (p. 81-82)
Native Orchidi"Where, through the thin-limbed bush,", Roland Robinson , single work poetry (p. 82)
Christopher Columbus : The Current Sets Away from Paradisei"Being opposed in a contentious matter", William Hart-Smith , single work poetry (p. 83)
His Deathi"Death is the larger ocean; now I sink.", William Hart-Smith , single work poetry (p. 83-84)
What Use is the Moon?i"Time held his breath for a span tonight", T. Inglis Moore , single work poetry (p. 84)
Dust Stormi"All flesh is grass they say,", Paul L. Grano , single work poetry (p. 85)
Agitatori"You live in the eye of the sun and know no peace.", Leslie Hudson , single work poetry (p. 85)

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