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McSweeney's Issue 22 [Australia]:
The largest book is The Poetry Chains of Dominic Luxford, a kind of poetry chain letter where the editors chose a poem, that poet chose another of their own and then one from another poet, who chose two more, and so on. Contributors range from household names such as Michael Ondaatje to obscure debutants. At 100 poems, 50 poets and 200-plus pages, it's a pretty fair overview of contemporary poetry.

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Australia has many independent journals of literature and ideas that are the equal of McSweeney's in terms of the quality of their writing. If they could even begin to approach this American counterpart in terms of design and cross-platform integration, they would not only look better but undoubtedly reach a broader audience.
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