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Catalogue, Arranged by Issue, of All Material That Has Appeared to Date in Bikwil

Issue 37, May 2003
Issue 38, July 2003
Issue 39, September 2003
Issue 40, November 2003
Issue 41, January 2004
Issue 42, March 2004

Issues 1-6    Issues 7-12    Issues 13-18    Issues 19-24    Issues 25-30    Issues 31-36    Issues 43-48    Issues 49-54    Issues 55-60

 

Author Catalogue    Series Catalogue    Title Catalogue

 

 

Issue 37, May 2003

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"Now We Are Six"

Tony Rogers

Here beginneth Bikwil’s Year Seven.
Taking the Long View Tony Rogers Read about a group of thinkers dedicated to long-term responsibility and their plans for the millennial Clock and Library.
Say Love Now Bet Briggs "Love not told . . . is love withheld."
Mary Bennet Jennifer Paynter Part 9 of our serialised novella.
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like Harlish Goop Well, I’ll be bugg(er)ed.
Can We Really Talk? Diane Dees "My Week with Joan Rivers".
Sehnsucht
 
Meistersinger Matthias Not really your classic poem of longing; more your typical page of doggerel — No. 6, in fact.
Web Line Tony Rogers We visit some sites on science and mathematics.
Quintessential Quirky Quotes Various Quotes from George Burns, Noel Coward, Rodney Dangerfield, Groucho Marx and that perennial favourite, Anonymous.
From the Back Verandah

 

Fizzgig Oh, no! It’s time for Quizz Gig 3.

Issue 38, July 2003

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Look Out! Another Puzzle!

Tony Rogers

There’s these five houses, see, and . . .
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like Harlish Goop H.G. explores the origin, history and meanings of the words Arab and Muslim, together with those of some related words.
Light Verses Bet Briggs Let's hear it for Adelaide's founder and an auctioneer at his last sale.
Mary Bennet Jennifer Paynter Part 10 of our serialised novella.
Web Line Tony Rogers We conclude our visit to some science and mathematics sites.
Bone on Bone
 
Tony Rogers Let’s talk about our operations.
Quintessential Quirky Quotes Various Quotes from Arthur Baer, Victor Borge, Pope John XXIII, Dorothy Parker and Oscar Wilde.
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Fizzgig The Suez Canal — modern and ancient pomp and circumstance.
 

Issue 39, September 2003

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Rags to Riches. Not.

Tony Rogers

A few lessons learnt from Bikwil.
Our Australian Flag Eileen Marshall Flagpoles and mental health.
Winter Harvest Bet Briggs " . . . to savour winter’s flowering . . ."
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like Harlish Goop Here’s another English sound that sometimes causes problems.
Jacob’s Ladder Michael Buhagiar A poet in the library.
Bone on Bone Tony Rogers Part 2: our editor finally stops talking about his operations.
Mary Bennet Jennifer Paynter Part 11 of our serialised novella.
Web Line Tony Rogers Some feelgood sites.
Quintessential Quirky Quotes Various Quotes from Samuel Goldwyn, Kin Hubbard, William James, Vince Lombardi and Groucho Marx.
From the Back Verandah

 

Fizzgig The sorrows and joys of book remainder sales.
 

Issue 40, November 2003

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Business Arising

Tony Rogers

Harking back.
Mary Bennet Jennifer Paynter Part 12 of our serialised novella.
The Worgan Family and Their Musical Times Kerry Worgan Here are some background scenes to Australia’s first piano and the musical family that owned it.
Web Line Tony Rogers Got your toolbar yet?
Azimuth: a Dream Fulfilled Bet Briggs Remember those Azimuth poems? There’s quite a story attached.
Kinswoman or Food? Lars Porsenna Another in our occasional series Spellbound.
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like Harlish Goop Some more thoughts on jargon — this time the language of sociology.
The Five Houses Puzzle and How to Solve It Tony Rogers Here we go with logic and trial-and-error. Step by step.
Quintessential Quirky Quotes Various Quotes from Margot Asquith, Nicolas Bentley, Aldous Huxley, Groucho Marx and the ubiquitous Anonymous.
From the Back Verandah

 

Fizzgig Solution to Kwizz Gig 3.
 

Issue 41, January 2004

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Jazz with a Twist

Tony Rogers

What was your magic occasion?
Mary Bennet Jennifer Paynter Part 13 of our serialised novella.
The Trip Lavinia Godfrey A night journey by train.
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like Harlish Goop Two for a hundred and thirty-seven.
Summer Morning Bet Briggs A new dawn.
The Feral Joke Collector Katisha Even if you’ve heard it before, this story will amuse you.
Sleeping Giants Col Choat A lot of Australia’s early literature remains in relative obscurity.
Web Line Tony Rogers Electronic urban myths and how to disbelieve them.
Quintessential Quirky Quotes Various Quotes from Tallulah Bankhead, Robert Benchley, Frank Muir, Jules Renard and Mark Twain.
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Fizzgig Classic British TV drama.
 

Issue 42, March 2004
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Back and Forth

Tony Rogers

Contributions aplenty, past, present and future.
Web Line Tony Rogers Time for more international nonsense.
May I Never Cease to Wonder Bet Briggs "Earth’s splendour".
Mary Bennet Jennifer Paynter Part 14 of our serialised novella.
Hooked on Jazz Clare Hansson Here begins our new series.
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like Harlish Goop Fire, money, Germans and stars.
Back to Breda Greg Bogaerts A spiritual return to his roots.
Waiting Room Joys E. Roy Strong Sleepy Jack Hanrahan comes out of hiding.   Perhaps he shouldn’t have.
Quintessential Quirky Quotes Various Quotes from George Burns, Groucho Marx, Dorothy Parker, Rev. Sydney Smith and P.G. Wodehouse.
From the Back Verandah

 

Fizzgig Pencils — revisited.
 


 

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