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Issue 32

Aussie Hunter, Jargon, Rawleaf, Cliff Walk, Bikwil Visitors, Bet Briggs, Flat Earth Society all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Aussie Hunter, Jargon, Rawleaf, Cliff Walk, Bikwil Visitors, Bet Briggs, Flat Earth Society

 

 

Contents of Issue 32 (July 2002)
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No Marriage or Deed Poll, but a Name Change Anyway — Tony Rogers
How come the change? Well, it’s not as drastic as you think
The Aussie Hunter — Don Kidd
Alligators? Breaded dragons? Brisbane?
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
Fashionable, meaningless, preposterous and devalued
Rawleaf — Michael Hoffman
"I was napping when the doorbell rang. I nap at odd hours. What had I been dreaming about? I stumbled to the door."
An extract from a soon-to-be-published collection of short stories
Cliff Walk — Bet Briggs
Watson’s Bay, Sydney, one winter’s afternoon
Web Line — Tony Rogers
What are they looking for, and why?
Mary Bennet — Jennifer Paynter
Part 2 of our new serialised novella
Meet a Quiet Enthusiast — Bet Briggs
"If I didn’t have humour, and music and poetry and nature and my family and close friends in my life, I might as well be pushing up daisies or a gum tree."
The concluding part of Bikwil’s interview with Bet Briggs
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
But you’re too level-headed for a level playing-field

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