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Issue 31

Sydney Morning Herald, Bet Briggs, Eschewing Intimacy, Berk, Glad Tangents, Revelation on Canvas, Barry Humphries, Kwizz Gig all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Sydney Morning Herald, Bet Briggs, Eschewing Intimacy, Berk, Glad Tangents, Revelation on Canvas, Barry Humphries, Kwizz Gig

 

 

Contents of Issue 31 (May 2002)
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Fifth Birthday News — Tony Rogers
Keeping the growing queue of contributors happy
Mary Bennet — Jennifer Paynter
Part 1 of our new serialised novella “in the style of . . .”
Web Line — Tony Rogers
Revisiting The Sydney Morning Herald
Meet a Quiet Enthusiast
"When I first heard Debussy’s Clair de Lune, for example, I was ironing and listening to the radio and on came Andre Kostelanetz’ orchestra playing this beautiful piece. I stood as though pinned to the floor, hardly breathing, my scalp prickling at those delicious lush sounds of strings and horns cascading. It was like standing in falling moonlight."
A Bikwil interview with long-time contributor Bet Briggs
Eschewing Intimacy — Richard Fein
A poem about a safe and ordered life
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
Twentieth century echoes of Burke and Hare
Glad Tangents — Rebecca Page
Some lines of poetry about love
The Feral Joke Collector
More church announcements forwarded by Katisha
Revelation on Canvas — Bet Briggs
Two additional Poems for Azimuth, this time on painting
Rare Indeed! — Peter Mara
"The German actor’s voice has timbre ripened by cigarettes, age and whisky and his monologue, spoken against the ragged yet tuneful singing, conjures up a picture of lonely sailors in some foggy seaport longing for the warmth and love of their homes."
The fifth essay in our Memorable Moments in Music series
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Quotes from George Burns, T.S. Eliot, Groucho Marx, George Bernard Shaw and P.G. Wodehouse
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
You asked for it: Kwizz Gig 2

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