The seventy-third issue of The Supplement was released in late March 2015. It was only eight pages long and was a mixture of poetry and reviews.
- Editorial by DJ Tyrer
- Why Pretend? by Pamela Harvey
- Sunlight (I) (poem) by Aeronwy Dafies
- Letters To The Editor
- Sea Tanka (poem) by David Norris-Kay
- Words of the Yellow King (poem) by DS Davidson
- The Germans' Mercenaries (poem) by Gyogry Faludy (translated from the Hungarian and edited by Thomas Orszag-Land)
- Jewish Masters: Love Down The Millennia (poem) by Heinrich Heine (translated from the Hungarian and edited by Thomas Orszag-Land)
- Terror Then The Calm (poem) by DJ Tyrer
- Reviews by DJ Tyrer
- An Inquiry Into Why The Machine Stopt by Neal Wilgus
- Retro-reviews by Neal Wilgus
- Sea Tanka and The Germans' Mercenaries are both from collections reviewed in this issue.