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Contents: Volume 8(3)

Jon Glover Editorial
Fiona Becket Feature: Anne Fitzgerald
Anne Fitzgerald 4 poems
Fergus Allen 4 poems
Jean Berrett 2 poems
D. V. Cooke 2 poems
Laura Webb 2 poems
Gill Gregory 2 poems
Sandeep Parmar 3 poems
Brian Daldorph 3 poems
Anjali Yardi 3 poems
Lucien Jenkins 4 poems
Nancy Anne Miller 2 poems
Thomas Warner 2 poems
Jonathan Taylor Je ne regrette rien
Sarah Passingham Monmouth
David Wagner The Developing Tray
(trans. Gerald Chapple)
Andrew Smardon 2 poems
Ann Joyce 2 poems
Tom Jenks goo goo g'joob
Rodney Pybus 3 poems
Andrzej Bursa 3 poems
(trans. Kevin Christianson and Halina Ablamowicz
Eva Eliav 3 Poems
Arlene Ang 4 poems
Catherine McLoughlin 2 poems
Ross Cogan 2 poems
Katy Evans-Bush Pity
Christine Brandel 2 poems
Ian Duhig 4 poems
Norman Darden Providence
Anis Shivani Review: New Directions in South Asian Fiction
Tony Roberts Review
  Notes on Contributors

Selected Contributors:

Fergus Allen's first three collections were published by Faber. His most recent, Gas Light & Coke, was published in 2006 by Dedalus Press in Dublin. Having grown up in Ireland, he now lives on Berkshire.

Ian Duhig's last book of poetry, The Speed of Dark was a PBS Choice and shortlisted for the Costa and T. S. Eliot Prizes.

Lucien Jenkins' Laying out the Body is published by Seren. His Modernism in Focus and its companion volume Romanticism in Focus came out in 2007 from Rhinegold. Discover Early Music has just been reissued by Naxos. He is editor of George Eliot's Collected Poems (Skoob), the Dictionary of Music in Soutn (Rhinegold) and the Illustrated Musical Instruments Handbook (Flame Tree/Billboard). His work is discussed in the New Companion to the Literature of Wales (University of Wales Press).

Sarah Passingham lives in Norfolk. She won the Julia Fitzgerald Award for short fiction 1995, and wrote the libretto for the oratorio Julian--Mystical Revelations. Her work has been heard on the BBC radio and appeared in The London Magazine She is currently working on fiction and a family memoir.

Rodney Pybus is amazed to discover that he is now 70. He has been publishing in Stand for 40 years.

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