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Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 30, No. 2. 1967.

Taj Mahal Popular

Taj Mahal Popular

Poetry in its various forms appears to be the main concern of the Literary Society.

Assorted unofficial readings at the Taj Mahal were held last year, the last one attracting an audience of 50. The venue has since been changed to Mount Street cemetery, near the Student Union Building—the time is still midnight.

Two publications are currently associated with the Society. "Argot" began some years ago, publishes mainly poetry, and consistently runs at a small profit. Contributions are now mainly from non-students. "Experiment," entirely a university project, is issued irregularly and last year contained only poems.

The Poetry Broadsheet is a recent arrival, printed fortnightly at the Wai-te-ata Press. It gives students an opportunity to see their attempts in print.

In lighter vein, the Pooh Club caters for those who dig A. A. Milne, not to mention bread and honey.