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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Rabbit 22: The Jazz Issue

RABBIT is currently accepting submissions of nonfiction poems for Issue 22: The JAZZ Issue.

Send 1 to 3 poems (short or long) through Rabbit’s submittable site. Please include in the cover letter of your submission:
• full contact details (postal address, email)
• 50-word bio
• a short (50-word max.) response to the following question: ‘what are your poetic rhythms?’ (Note: this can be answered however you see fit, straightforward or wild!)

SUBMISSIONS CLOSE 15th July 2017

**See our Submissions page for a link to the submittable site**

RABBIT is a journal of nonfiction poetry. If you are concerned that your take on the ‘real world’ is slightly abstract, don’t worry–include a line or two to tell us why you categorise your poem as ‘nonfiction.’ We are very much open to poetry experiments!

RABBIT also publishes book reviews, essays and interviews with poets. The editors regularly solicit this material, but are open to expressions of interest. Please send an email to rabbitpoetry@hotmail.com, or see the website at rabbitpoetry.com

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Launch: RABBIT issue 19, the PROSE POETRY issue

Issue 19

You are warmly invited to the launch of Rabbit 19: The Prose Poetry issue + Rabbit end-of-year party at Collected Works bookshop at 6pm on November 22nd, 2016. There will be wine, beer, bubbles and snacks.

Rabbit 19 contains poems selected by guest poetry editors Cassandra Atherton & Paul Hetherington (who have also written an essay on prose poems as ‘nonfiction postcards’); an interview with Samuel Wagan Watson; an essay on prose poetry by Lachy McKenzie; reviews of new poetry books; and artworks by 2015 Archibald Prize finalist Tony Curran. Do come along to celebrate the year with us.

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LAUNCH: Rabbit issues 17 (Geography) and 18 (Philosophy)

Dear Poetry Lovers and Readers –
You are warmly invited to attend the dual launch of

RABBIT: a journal for nonfiction poetry
Nos. 17 (Geography) & 18 (Philosophy)

When: Thursday 9th June, 6 for 6:30pm sharp start
Where: Collected Works Bookshop, Nicholas Building, 1/37 Swanston Street, Melbourne

The two issues of Rabbit include poems by: Jordie Albiston, Dael Allison, Aaron Anstett, Lachlan Brown, Sophie Curzon-Siggers, Anna Fern, Liam Ferney, Alison Flett, Carmine Frascarelli, Ian Gibbins, Jake Goetz, Jill Jones, Kent MacCarter, Sneha Madhavan-Reese, Lachy McKenzie, Maurice McNamara, Kate Middleton, Craig Santos Perez, Anupama Pilbrow, Alice Savona, Ali Alizadeh, Andreas A Andersson, Cassandra Atherton, Stuart Barnes, Jane Blanchard, Geraldine Burrowes, Jennifer Compton, Stuart Cooke, Dave Drayton, Mike Greenacre, Fiona Hile, Anna Jackson, Helga Jermy, Edric Mesmer, Nicholas D. Nace, Mark O’Flynn, Paul Scully, Ian C Smith and Ann Vickery.

There are interviews with Amy Ireland and Justin Clemens, essays by Meredith Wattison, Ouyang Yu, Amelia Dale and Oscar Schwartz, and reviews by Alyson Miller, Peter Kenneally, Jess Likar, Sally Evans and Nova Brown Longhurst of new poetry collections from Australia and abroad. Our feature poet-artists are Amanda Johnson and Carmine Frascarelli.

Pick up the two issues for a special launch price…and come celebrate with free wine and snacks and, of course, poetry readings by featured poets!

Best regards –
Jess Wilkinson, Editor

Rabbit is proudly supported by RMIT’s non/fiction/Lab

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Hello Rabbiteers!

Just a quick word to let you know we’re still here; summer is a slow time for us bunnies, and our GEOGRAPHY issue has been delayed a little.
Currently we’re thinking we’ll aim for another double launch of GEOGRAPHY and PHILOSOPHY together, but we’ll let you know more news as and when we have it.

As always, link up with us on our Facebook page to stay up to date.

Happy (hoppy) holidays!
-RABBIT

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Rabbit #11 Launch

Invitation to Rabbit: a journal for non-fiction poetry launch

Issue # 11: The   L O N G   P O E M   Issue

featuring long poems by:

Petra White, Alex Skovron, Louisa Howerow, Maurice McNamara, John Tranter, Geoff Page, Amy Brown, Felicity Plunkett, A.J. Carruthers, π.o., Joshua Comyn, Stuart Cooke, Autumn Royal, Helen Rickerby and Roderick Marsh

as well as:

an essay by author of Ephemeral Waters, Kate Middleton

artworks by Rob Conlon

reviews of new poetry books

and our writers name their favourite long poems

When: Wednesday March 5th, 6pm-8pm

Where: Collected Works Bookshop

Level 1/37 Swanston St (Nicholas Building) Melbourne

What: free poetry readings, wine and nibbles

Entry is free; copies of Rabbit $15