Two Australian Folklore Journals


Scholars with an interest in Australian folklore will find a good deal of value to them in two small journals, Singabout and Gunsuckers' Gazette. Both are concerned chiefly with folk song, but contain also occasional items on other matters; for example, dances, musical instruments, verse (chiefly toasts and recitations of the 'bush ballad' kind), linguistic usages and local history.

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Published 1 December 1963 in Volume 1 No. 2. Subjects: Folklore.

Cite as: Waters, Edgar. ‘Two Australian Folklore Journals.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 1, no. 2, 1963, doi: 10.20314/als.ff74659621.