Issue 3 of Peninsula Writing featured another Mornington Peninsula icon, the McCrae Lighthouse on the cover, again by Gavin Duffy.
The issue featured writing from Roberts Dunstan, John Lewis, Phillip Edmonds, Shane Doheny, Ken Bradshaw, Jonathan Krause, Fiona Capp and Gwenda Healy.
In the reviews section Liam Davison reviewed The State of the Art The Mood of Contemporary Australia in Short Stories, Anne Williams reviewed The Tournament by Georgia Savage and I reviewed White Stag of Exile by Thomas Shapcott.
I feel that by this issue we were starting to get the hang of what the magazine should look like, and be. Neither Liam or I had published any of our creative writing in the magazine at this stage; we were both keen to try and establish it as a viable entity in its own right, not a vehicle for our own work.
Below: Contents of Issue 3
Below: Artwork by Susanna. Review by Liam Davison
Below: Fish and Chips story by Jonathan Krause. Artwork by Gavin Duffy.
Below: Artwork: Unknown
Below: Artwork by Gavin Duffy
Below: Artwork by Gavin Duffy, Story ‘A Different Monday’ by Roberts Dunstan