Lit-Mag #30

International Literary Magazine – Inbox Overload I

A beautiful Rainbow Lorikeet visits my Sydney home

I have been looking for co-editors for a long time, but it seems that young folk don’t have the passion anymore to burn the midnight oil. Therefore issue #30 is filled from A to K with unsolicited and unread submissions from the inbox. I let you be the judge. – Gerald Ganglbauer, walkabout

  1. Diego Arandojo, Buenos Aires, Argentinia: The Monster and the Elf
  2. Thilo Bachmann, Vienna, Austria: Wahnsinn oder nicht
  3. Gerd Berghofer, Nürnberg, Germany: Aktuelle lyrische Texte
  4. Marj Busby, South Australia: Always English
  5. Carmen Caputo, Iserlohn, Germany: Gedichte
  6. Bonny Cassidy, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia: 2 Poems for March
  7. Helen Castles, Australia: Cinderella Was A Serial Killer and Other Home Truths
  8. S.M. Chianti, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia: Memories of a Philosopher
  9. Libby Dent, Australia: The Essence of a Moment
  10. Anne Dernelley, Australia: Poor Digestion
  11. Chris Duncan, Abingdon, Virginia, USA: Sam Hayter: Winner of the 2002 Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes
  12. Trafford Fehlberg, Australia: First Works
  13. Ela Fornalska, Australia: Melbourne in Graz
  14. Marjana Gaponenko, Odessa, Ukraine: Neue Texte
  15. Julie Goyder, Australia: The Happiness Shop
  16. Sonja Harter, Graz, Austria: die revanche …
  17. Crag Hill, USA: Card Games / 7 x 7
  18. Miles Hitchcock, Perth, Western Australia: Demiurge
  19. Sabine Imhof, Brig, Switzerland: Drei Gedichte
  20. Jolanta Janavicius, Sydney, Australia: The Bombing of Freiburg in Breisgau 1945
  21. Alan Jefferies, Australia: From Sydney to Hong Kong
  22. Liesl Jobson, Soweto, South Africa: Mary Anne’s Garden
  23. Eli Jones, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia: 2000 Words of Poetry
  24. David Jory, Canberra, ACT, Australia: Holy Water
  25. Rainer Kodritsch, Vienna, Austria: Holzwinkel online

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