October 2007, no. 295

October 2007, no. 295

Welcome to the October 2007 issue of Australian Book Review.

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Full Contents

Fiction

The Night Has a Thousand Eyes by Mandy Sayer

Fiction

The Children by Charlotte Wood

Poetry

The Incoming Tide by Petra White

Fiction

The Ghost's Child by Sonya Hartnett

Environmental Studies

The Forest Wars by Judith Ajani

Poetry

Divagations by Stéphane Mallarmé, trans. Barbara Johnson

Biography

Shakespeare's Wife by Germaine Greer

Jamaica by Malcolm Knox

Memoir

Muck by Craig Sherborne

Biography

Sunrise West by Jacob G. Rosenberg

Indigo 1 edited by Donna Ward

Politics

An Australian Republic by Greg Barnes and Anna Krawtec-Wheaton

Poetry

Handfeeding the Crocodile by Gina Mercer

History

Forgotten Wars: The end of Britain's Asian emprie by Christopher Bayly and Tim Harper

Cultural Studies

American Notebook: A personal and political journey by Michael Gawenda

Biography

The Master by Sean Fagan and Dally Messenger III & The Ballad of Les Darcy by Peter FiztSimons

Poetry

Necessity: Poems 1996–2006 edited by Barry Hill

Journal

Meanjin vol. 66, no. 2 edited by Ian Britain & Griffith Review 17 edited by Julianne Schultz

Science and Technology

Maralinga: Australia’s nuclear waste cover-up by Alan Parkinson

Fiction

Long Afternoon of the World by Graeme Kinross-Smith

Poetry

Vertigo edited by Jordie Albiston & Awake Despite the Hour by Paul Mitchell

Poetry

A Paddock in His Head by Brendan Ryan