September 2022

Issue 12

Welcome to Issue 12 of StylusLit. In this issue we continue our getting published theme and interview Susan Hawthorne, Spinifex Press, and Julia Kaylock, Litoria Press. As well, Simone King also gives us the lowdown on how the What We Carry anthology came about, and a poem on the subject of childbearing.

We include poems by Steph Amir, Peter Bakowski, Alison J Barton, Phil Brown, Owen Bullock, William Doreski, Jane Frank, Stephanie Green, Ross Jackson, Simone King, Allan Lake, Andrew Lansdown, Paul Magee, Rebecca Monks, Vanessa Page, Barnaby Smith, Ophelia Rose Weiss, Pri Victor, and Carl Walsh.

There’s short fiction from John Michael Flynn, Edna Heled, Keith Nunes and Stephen Smithyman.

Finally, read reviews of Félix Calvino’s Young Love and Other Stories, Stuart Cooke’s Land Art, Rebecca Edward’s Plague Animals, and Andrew Leggett’s Losing Touch.

Happy reading!
Rosanna Licari

Filtered by Poetry

About Emptiness
By Andrew Lansdown

Blind Joe’s Creek
By Peter Bakowski

Coming upon a winter festival
By Ross Jackson

By Jane Frank

Feather dress
By Alison J Barton

Long ago on a train
By Phil Brown

By Vanessa Page

On carrying
By Simone King

on water divining
By Carl Walsh

Race Point Redux
By William Doreski

Redundant Things
By Stephanie Green

Returning To Eden
By Allan Lake

By Pri Victor

The Best Ward in the Hotel
By Ophelia Rose Weiss

The COVID ward
By Rebecca Monks

The door
By Owen Bullock

The House is moving
By Paul Magee

the midweek churn
By Barnaby Smith

The Road to Gliss
By Steph Amir