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Absence and Negativity (Southerly) by Noel Rowe
Lines of Concern (Southerly) by "Southerly"
Memory: Southerly 3 1991: a review of Australian Literature by "Southerly"
Southerly, A Review of Australian Literature : Number two of 1985 by G. A. Wilkes
Southerly: Elemental by Elizabeth McMahon75:1
Southerly: Questionable Characters by David Brooks77:1
Southerly: Words and Music by Hannah Fink76:1
Southerly; Number One of 1958; A Review of Australian Literature by Kenneth Slessor
Southerly; Number One of 1959; A Review of Australian Literature; Norman Lindsay Number by Kenneth Slessor
Southerly; Number Three of 1957; A Review of Australian Literature; Brennan Anniversary Number by Kenneth Slessor (Editor)
Southerly Volume 67 Numbers 1-2 2007 by Elizabeth Webby67:1-2
Southerly: The Long Apprenticeship by David Brooks77:2
Southerly: The Naked Writer 2 by Elizabeth McMahon75:2
Southerly: Writing Disability by Andy Jackson76:2
Persian Passages by Laetitia Nanquette76:3
Southerly: Australian Dreams 2, Volume 74, Number 374:3
Southerly: War and peace by Elizabeth McMahon75:3
Writers and their Journals by "Southerly"60:1
Travelling the World (Southerly, vol. 60, Number 3) by Noel Rowe60:3
Southerly, Volume 63 - Number 1 - 2003 : Translations by Vivian Smith63:1
Outsiders and Another Country - Southerly: The Journal of The English Association, Sydney. Volume 64, Number 1 by David Brooks64:1
Watermarks - Southerly: The Journal of The English Association, Sydney. Volume 64, Number 2 by David Brooks64:2
Performance - Southerly: The Journal of The English Association, Sydney. Volume 64, Number 3 by David Brooks64:3
The Poetics of Space - Southerly: The Journal of The English Association, Sydney. Volume 65, Number 3 by David Brooks65:3
Southerly 67:3 China China by "Southerly"67:3
Southerly Volume 68, Number 1, Sister Arts by Elizabeth Webby68:1
Southerly 68:2 Little Disturbances by "Southerly"68:2
Southerly, Volume 69 - Number 1 - 2009 : Animal by David Brooks69:1
Southerly Vol 70 No 3 2010 : India, India by David Brooks70:3
Southerly: A nest of bunyips by David Brooks71:3
Southerly: Mid-century women writers by Elizabeth McMahon72:1
Southerly: True Crime – Every Contact Leaves a Trace by Melissa Jane Hardie72:2
Southerly: Islands and Archipelagos by David Brooks72:3
Southerly: The political imagination by David Brooks73:1
Southerly: Lyre/Liar by David Brooks73:2
Southerly: The Naked Writer by David Brooks73:3
Southerly: Forward Thinking: Utopia and Apocalypse by Elizabeth McMahon74:1
Southerly: Australian Dreams 1 by David Brooks74:2

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