April 2014, no. 360

April 2014, no. 360

Welcome to the April issue! Our main feature is our Calibre Prize winner for 2014 – Christine Piper’s outstanding ‘Unearthing the Past’ in which Dr Piper writes about Japan’s biological warfare program and the search for answers. Also in the April issue: Adrian Walsh on austerity, Dennis Altman on Edmund White, and reviews of new fiction by Craig Sherborne, Moira McKinnon, and Abbas El-Zein. Also Kate Holden reviews the new novel from our Open Page guest Linda Jaivin and we publish new poems by Will Eaves, Brendan Ryan, Kate Middleton, and Judith Bishop.

The Empress Lover by Linda Jaivin

Country Girl by Edna O’Brien & The Love Object by Edna O’Brien

TREE PALACE by Craig Sherborne

WHAT WOULD GANDHI DO? by Michael Kirby

Camellias by Brendan Ryan

Cicada by Moira McKinnon

The Lost Child by Suzanne McCourt

Half of a Yellow Sun by Jake Wilson

The Train to Paris by Sebastian Hampson

Kafka by Reiner Stach & Kafka by Reiner Stach

The Leonard Bernstein Letters edited by Nigel Simeone

SOUTHERLY: VOL. 73, NO. 2 edited by David Brooks and Elizabeth McMahon

A Life of Barbara Stanwyck by Victoria Wilson & Barbara Stanwyck by Andrew Klevan

Fire by Jackie French et al.

Open Page by Linda Jaivin

East by Steven Berkhoff