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Issue 7

Unsolicited Testimonial, Acronyms, Ah Me Mum, In the Gentle Season, Limericks, Australian Tourism, Sonnet  Trois, Trivia, Aimi Macdonald all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Unsolicited Testimonial, Acronyms, Ah Me Mum, In the Gentle Season, Limericks, Australian Tourism, Sonnet  Trois, Trivia, Aimi Macdonald

Contents of Issue 7 (May 1998)
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Milestone One   Tony Rogers
One year on, the Editor reflects
An Unsolicited Testimonial Olivier de Cologne
"Let me tell you without equivocation that your newsletter stinks through and through."
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like Harlish Goop
Yuppies and their ilk
Ah Me Mum Lavinia Godfrey
"So she hit him with her hefty bag."
The poet and her mother take a trip from rural Cootamundra to Sydney
Where Three Ways Meet Old Vic
Trivia maybe, Victoriana certainly
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
In the Gentle Season Bet Briggs
Another mellow evocation in verse of Autumn
Down Limerick Lane Various
A new occasional feature, with an introductory discussion of this popular verse form by Harlish Goop and limericks by landoc and NonesuCH
Web Line Tony Rogers
"If there's one information area that the Internet lends itself to admirably it's that of travel and tourism."
Sonnet à Trois Hambone
Dreadful Doggerel No. 2
From the Back Verandah Fizzgig
Memories and news of The Lovely Miss Aimi Macdonald

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