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Editorial - Issue 10:03

Issue 11:01Welcome to issue 10:03 of Perilous Adventures. This issue’s highlights include wonderful new stories by Mary Byrne and Kylie Mulcahy, as well as new poems by Anne Babson and J R Pearson, reviews, an interview with the intriguing Brisbane author, Patrick Holland. We're also delighted to publish two classic works in this issue, Virginia Woolf's essay A Room Of One's Own, and children's author Juliana Horatia Ewing's Dandelion Clocks.

warm regards

Inga, Nike & Carla, eds

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Patrick Holland - interviewed by n a bourke


Tribulation Lyric #3 by Anne Babson

Greek Romance by Mary Byrne

Notes From the Orchard by Kylie Mulcahy

Sonnets in Search of Longitude by J R Pearson


A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf

Dandelion Clocks by Juliana Horatia Ewing


Spender's Song by n a bourke


The Railway Table Chronicles: Episode Three by Carla Billinghurst

Books on the Bedside Table by Inga Simpson

Emma Donoghue's Room reviewed by n a bourke

Elizabeth Gilbert's Committed reviewed by Sandra Hogan

Shirley Marr's Fury reviewed by Marlyn MacDonald