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y separately published work icon Hecate periodical issue   peer reviewed assertion
Alternative title: Hecate : An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women's Liberation
Issue Details: First known date: 1998... vol. 24 no. 1 1998 of Hecate est. 1975 Hecate
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* Contents derived from the 1998 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Sculpturei"You stumble across her", Kathy Kituai , single work poetry (p. 41)
Oceanview Budget Lodge, Western Australiai"In the echoing corridors of pay-by-week hostel", Megan Boler , single work poetry (p. 45)
Post Christmas Celebrationi"Christmas is cancelled. No hot dinner. No presents. No joyful or", Janice M. Bostok , single work poetry (p. 46)
Sometimes a Leafy Waterholei"I'll make it into a poem for you", Alison Lambert , single work poetry (p. 81-82)
Harbouring Firei"water seeps through the stem of the day", Alana Kelsall , single work poetry (p. 82)
Song : Sea Moon Wavesi"saw some women swimming in the sea", Gina Mercer , single work poetry (p. 83-84)
Jobs Not Wordsi"A writer", Michelle Mee , single work poetry (p. 84)
On Reading the Diary of Jane, Lady Franklin, 1791-1875i"I come here in search of you", Penny Russell , single work poetry (p. 85-86)
Banksias, Frances Martin , single work short story (p. 90-92)
Like a Heron, Fishingi"The old man, tanned mahogany", Jena Woodhouse , single work poetry (p. 109)
Cicadasi"Cicadas in heat-torpid orchards", Jena Woodhouse , single work poetry (p. 109)
Like the First Morningi"All we can conceive of immortality", Jena Woodhouse , single work poetry (p. 110)
Farewelling Penni, Rude Dog and the Vani"Rude he journeydog lounges, newly collared", Helen North , single work poetry (p. 110)
The Witch's Daughteri"You grew up", Lissa Mitchell , single work poetry (p. 111)
Aurorai"Is this your happy ever after", Lissa Mitchell , single work poetry (p. 112)
Girl Meets Boyi"When I saw him that day down on the", Jordie Albiston , single work poetry (p. 113)
The University Hoteli"Stepping the narrow sparrow-lit alleyways", Jordie Albiston , single work poetry (p. 114)
Going Back, Sue Bond , single work short story (p. 115-117)
Less, Juliet Brown , single work short story (p. 145-154)
Kevy and Me, Audrey Evans , single work short story
A young woman who has been institutionalised for some time and disowned by her family, is thrilled when her older brother arrives on Christmas Eve to take her into his care for twenty-eight days. However, she quickly learns that this will not be so, and she is left to her own devices. Less than twenty-four hours later, she finds herself returned to the institution having experienced an odd, but enjoyable, respite.
(p. 165-168)

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