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BOOK REVIEW ⌘ CRUMPLING UP BUKOWSKI ★ and my heart crumples like a coke can by Ali Whitelock

and my heart crumples like a coke can by Ali Whitelock ✑ Reviewed by Dr Brentley Frazer  I wish review copies would arrive sans publisher’s assertions and solicited opinions from names dropped on the cover. It’d also help if the review copy has the…
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★ Be a Bareknuckle Patron Saint & help support an indy small press & numerous contemporary writers ★

⌘ Dear Patrons and Readers Bareknuckle Books is an independent small press run by professional writers based in Brisbane, Australia. We have championed and published contemporary avant-garde writing for twenty years in our open access online…
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. . . where the self is merely represented and ideally presented, there it is not actual: where it is by proxy, it is not. ~ Hegel Bareknuckle Poet shaped up to ‘Reality’ and Reality kicked arse. Once again all the Arts Council funding bodies ignored hat…
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Short Fictions by Frankie Brown

Frankie Brown is a poet and gothic fiction writer from Brisbane, Australia. They have been published in the Tundish Review, and are currently studying at the University of Queensland. Their chief influences are Mervyn Peake and Virginia Woolf.  ABOUT |…
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★ New short fiction ★ The Women at the Banya by Jane Downing | She guided me away from the bathtubs – we both knew I was too weak to get back out of one with any honour. A large girl was molded into the limits of one tub, like a salmon mousse; ⇲

Jane Downing has been writing for many years with short stories published in journals around Australia and overseas, including in Southerly, Westerly, Overland, The Big Issue, Griffith Review, UTS Anthology, Australian Short Stories,…
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Nathan Curnow - Four Poems ★ Kids invented it. They’re ‘versing’ each other. They ‘versed’ some team last week. It sounds like they’re involved in poetry.

Nathan Curnow lives in Ballarat and is a past editor of Going Down Swinging. His books include The Ghost Poetry Project, RADAR, The Right Wrong Notes and his most recent collection, The Apocalypse Awards (2016). He is the father of four daughters, a…
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⌘ Ali Whitelock - Four Poems "my friend bronwyn and i discussed the word cunt on tuesday after it had rained non stop for seven weeks and my succulents were juicier than they’d ever been." ⇲

Ali Whitelock is a Scottish poet/writer living in Australia. Ali’s debut poetry collection, ‘and my heart crumples like a coke can’ was published by Wakefield Press in May 2018. Ali’s first book, ‘Poking seaweed with a stick and running away from the…
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⌘ NEW - CAT CLAWS a videopoem by Ian Gibbins ⇲

catclaws from Ian Gibbins on Vimeo. Ian Gibbins is an Adelaide poet who works across diverse forms, including electronic music, digital media, and video. After completing a PhD in Zoology at Melbourne University, he spent two years in Pharmacology…
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Edward Willes : Peri-urban - a poem | Bareknuckle Poet Journal of Letters

Edward Willes in an Australian Poet. PERI-URBAN (PDF 2 PAGES) | ABOUT | CONTRIBUTE | THE LATEST All works published by Bareknuckle Poet ISSN 2204 – 0420 are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution – NonCommercial – … Continue reading "Edward Willes…
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★ Michael Dransfield Poems - Five Unpublished ★ not on the interwebs until now.

Michael Dransfield (12 September 1948 – 20 April 1973) was an Australian poet active in the 1960s and early 1970s who wrote close to 1,000 poems. He has been described as one of the most widely read poets of his generation. Dransfield was born in Sydney,…
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