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Paperback, 22.3 x 14.3 cm
Published 2000
ISSN 1326-1460


Ivor Indyk

Cover design

Harry Williamson

Text design

Toni Hope-Caten


Highlights include Louis Nowra’s short story about a scriptwriter’s search for war heroes in Moscow and David Bennett’s essay on psychoanalysis in Russia, selections from Danish novelist Christina Hesselholdt’s The Principal and Robert Alan Jamieson’s  sequence “Lirik Taels o Lyf bi da Oshin in Sjetlin”, essays on cyberspace and hypertext, perfume, condors, Sebald’s Emigrants and Franco’s Granada.



Grahame Harrison – Survivors
Mark Mordue – Waiting for a Chance
David Bennett – Russia, the Mafia and Psychoanalysis
Allan S. Weiss – Mallarme’s Nose
Robert Rawdon Wilson – In a Condor’s Eye
Dorothy Johnston – In Cyberspace
Hazel Smith – Hypermedia, Migration, Travel
Peter Craven – W.G. Sebald


Louis Nowra – Murdering the Wardrobe
Christina Hesselholdt – 10 Stories from The Principal
Anna Couani – The Western Horizon (chapter 12)


Shani Mootoo, Dipti Saravanamuttu, Cecep Syamsul Hari, Rae Desmond Jones, Sarah Day, Lisa Jacobson, Emily Ballou, Cassie Lewis, John Hawke, Bruce Beaver, Dorothy Hewett, Geoff Page, Emma Lew, Robert Alan Jamieson, Peter Skrzynecki, S.K. Kelen, Adam Aitken


Guan Wei – from Treasure Hunt (1996)

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