Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Mascara Literary Review #12 is out!

Mascara Literary Review #12 is out!

A message from the editors of Mascara Literary Review.
We’re delighted to announce issue 12 of Mascara Literary Review, is now on line, edited by Michelle Cahill.
Our featured poet is Mila Kačič
Poetry by Brett Dionysius, Paul Kane, Christine Ratnasingham, Diane Fahey, Louise McKenna, Lyn Hatherley, Mani Rao, Jakob Ziguras, Tiffany Tsao, Jas Shenstone, Diane Sahms-Guarnieri, John Tranter, Ainslee Meredith, Grace V.S. Chin, Tim Grey, Dan Disney, Ravi Shankar, Vuong Pham, Mark Young, Judy Johnson
Fiction Fikret Pajalic, Laura Woollett and Ankur Agarwal
Creative Non-Fiction Sushma Joshi, Madeleine Slavick

Martin Edmond reviews The Recluse by Evelyn Juers and Varamo translated by Chris Andrews
Sunil Badami reviews Alien Shores Ed Sharon Rundle & Meenakshi Bharat
Paul Giffard-Foret reviews The Walls of Delhi by Uday Prakash
Jen Craig reviews The Darkest Little Room by Patrick Holland
Jennifer Mackenzie reviews Rimbaud in Java by Jamie James
Vrasidas Karalis reviews Southern Sun, Aegean Light
Geoff Page reviews Rosemary Dobson’s Collected
Tina Giannoukos reviews Night Train by Anthony Lynch
Nathanael O’Reilly reviews Letters to My Lover from a Small Mountain Town by Heather Taylor-Johnson
Jal Nicholl reviews The Red Sea by Stephen Edgar
Ann Vickery: Mallowscatteredsharing, or Being Political in David Herd’s All Just
Bronwyn Lang reviews Domestic Archaeology by Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne
Melinda Bufton reviews Grit Salute by Keri Glastonbury
Toby Davidson reviews The Brokenness Sonnets by Mal McKimmie
 Mascara wishes to thank our subscribers, contributors and the Literature Board for continuing to support the publication.
We wish all our readers a happy and safe Christmas and New Year and look forward to bringing you more excellent writing from Australia and from other shores in 2013

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