Issue 06 Spring 1992

 

Issue 6 Spring 1992
Volume 2 | Number 2 | Issue 6 | Spring 1992
Editorial Lauris Edmond

Letters

Phil Mann: “The Poverty Trap: A warning fable” (comment)

Janet Wilson: “Very Much a ‘Wellington’ piece?” (response, comment)

Iain Sharp: “Letter from Auckland” (comment)

Lawrence Jones: Owen Marshall, Tomorrow We Save the Orphans

Gill Boddy: Rosie Scott, Feral City

Paola Bilbrough: Elizabeth Knox, Treasure

Alison Glenny: Celia Briar, Robyn Munford, Mary Nash (eds), Superwoman where are you? Social Policy and Women’s Experience; Sue Middleton and Alison Jones (eds), Women and Education in Aotearoa II

Barrie Macdonald: David Robie (ed), Tu Galala: Social Change in the Pacific

Joanna Gould: Scott McVarish, The Greening of New Zealand; M J Taylor, J E Hay, S J de Mora (eds), Science and the New Zealand Environment

Lauris Edmond: Wade Doak’s World of New Zealand Fishes; Brian Gill and Paul Martinson, New Zealand’s Extinct Birds; Geoff Moon, A Field Guide to New Zealand Birds

Anton D Meister: David Yerex, The Farming Fiasco

Angela Sears: Kerry Carman, Unfolding Seasons: Leaves from the Listener Garden Diary

Gavin McLean: E M McLeay (ed), The 1990 Election: Perspectives on Political Change in New Zealand; John Deeks and Nick Perry (eds), Controlling interests: Business, the State and Society in New Zealand; Richard Rudman, Human Resources Management in New Zealand: Contexts and Processes; Geoffrey Moss, Survival Skills for New Managers; Margie Comrie and Judy McGregor (eds), Whose News?

Geoff Lealand: Jonathan Dennis, Jan Bieringa (eds), Film in Aotearoa New Zealand

Jonathan Else: Trish Clark, Wystan Curnow (eds), Pleasures and Dangers: Artists of the 90s

Gavin McLean: Keith W Thomson, A Guide to Art Galleries and Museums In New Zealand

Shelagh Duckham Cox: Michelanne Forster, Daughters of Heaven

Mark Stocker: Quentin Wilson of the Hazard Press

John Goodliffe: Brian Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: the American years

Heather Roberts: Gillian Boddy, Jacqueline Matthews (eds), Disputed Ground, Robin Hyde, Journalist

Elizabeth Marsden: Shirley Tunnicliff (ed), The Selected Letters of Mary Hobhouse

Rachel Lawson: Michael King, Hidden Places: a memoir in journalism

Kevin Ireland: Ruth Dallas, Curved Horizon: An Autobiography

Gavin McLean: John Summers, Dreamscape 1

Angela Ballara: Te Ahukaramu Charles Royal, Te Haurapa: An Introduction to Researching Tribal Histories and Traditions; Miria Simpson (ed), He Rourou Iti: Selected speeches of Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu; Anne Nelson, Nga Waka Maori: Maori Canoes

Burwell Hunt: Terence Hodgson, The Heart of Colonial Auckland 1865‑1910

Gavin McLean: Louise Buckingham and Brigid Pike (eds), Oral History in New Zealand Vol 4; Guy C Palliser (ed), GRINZ Yearbook 1991

Lawrence Bourke: Vincent O’Sullivan, Selected Poems

Bill Sewell: Bill Manhire, Milky Way Bar; Hone Tuwhare, Short Back and Sideways: Poems and Prose

Leonard Lambert: (anthology) Best Beakerful; Alan Loney, Missing Parts: poems 1977-1990; Ross Fraser, Metaphysics for Fun; Pamela Reid (ed), Waiheke Art and Poetry:  Jye Kang, The Sorrow of Genghis Khan; John Patterson, CANT FIND REST ROOM

Brian Turner: “A Good Keen Man” (poem)

Celia Dunlop: David Hill, See Ya, Simon; James Norcliffe, Under the Rotunda

Ian Gordon: J E Traue, Committed to Print; Robert Neale, The Common Writer; Rachel McAlpine, Real Writing

Gavin McLean: Margaret McLaren, Check It Out: a Guide to Effective Writing

 

 

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