Tag Archives: dreams

slightly bruised set of nesting dolls

We called them Babushkas but they seem to be more commonly known as Matryoshka dolls these days. The USSR stamp is still legible on the bottom of the ‘mama’ doll. Though I played with them a lot, and delighted in correctly … Continue reading

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… from the archives

Inspired by the Small Press Interview Project: interviews about small literary presses in Australia 1970-2000, instigated by Anna Couani, Sarah St Vincent Welch and Dylan Jones, I give you Syllable New-Writing-Magazine No. 1, Summer 1984. Ta-daaahh! From the editors Berni Janssen, Carmel Bird and Jurate Sasnaitis: … Continue reading

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Dreams of mounting tension

the dream signifies impending catastrophe the lost purse a moment stolen missing plane, train, autobus the moon engorged balanced precariously on the horizon the body count at midnight a confession of neglect

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