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4 Poems by Eloise Grills ∙ "Every plastic bag ever made still exists and so do you"
Poetry ∙ "I live Out West - in beauteous exile from suburban defilement - but I am summat-quite-thing fond of this Tiggr mess of a system. It glistens ridicurrous. Boing, boing, herp!"
3 Poems by Omar Sakr ∙ "I want you to know I have seen a thousand dinosaurs / on a barn floor, most of them an outrageous yellow / while some were black and all of course newborn / shifting from thick talon to thick talon chittering
The poetics of looking, truth in film and Heath Ledger as the heterogenous invisible heart-throb boy
Non-fiction ∙ "There is a boy I’m thinking of, who lived down the street from you, and it was very possible sometimes that you only made him live there because you imagined it."
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There was movement at the station, for the word had passed around That Banjo Paterson’s piss Was stored in the balls