Issue 09 Winter 1993

 

Issue 9 Winter 1993Volume 3 | Number 1 | Issue 9 | Winter 1993

Editorial

Letters

Harry Ricketts: Maurice Shadbolt, One of Ben’s; Keith Sinclair, Halfway Round the Harbour

Mary Roberts: James Bertram, Capes of China Slide Away

Elizabeth Smither: Maurice Gee, Going West

Colleen Reilly: Sandra Arnold, A Distraction of Opposites

Charles Ferrall: Michael Gifkins, The Good Tourist and the Laughing Cadaver

Lee Wallace: Anne Kennedy, Musica Ficta

Paul Millar: Umelo Ujinmah, Witi Ihimaera: A Changing Vision; Judith Dell Panny, I Have What I Gave: The Fiction of Janet Frame

Lauris Edmond: “The Independent Outlook” (comment on poetry)

Iain Sharp: “Letter from Auckland” (comment)

Helen Forlong: Publisher’s Profile: Daphne Brasell Associates

John Jowett: Edwin Morgan, Glasgow Poets Past and Present: The Story of a City

Peter Whiteford: Keith Sinclair, Moontalk

Rachel Nunns: James Norcliffe, Letters to Doctor Dee and Other Poems

Alistair Paterson: Janet Charman, Red Letter; Keri Hulme, Strands

David Eggleton: Kendrick Smithyman, Auto/Biographies

Vincent O’Sullivan: “The Persistence of Talent: The Poetry of Brian Turner”

Mary Paul: Andrew Johnston, How to Talk; Robert Sullivan, Piki Ake!

Mark Williams: Harvey McQueen, The New Place: The Poetry of Settlement in New Zealand, 1852-1914

Bill Sewell: “Interactive” (poem)

Harry Ricketts: “Separation” (poem)

Vincent O’Sullivan: “In time of thanks and praise” (poem)

Alex Scobie: “Grandfather” (poem)

Anne French: “Turner at the Tate” (poem)

Anne French: “The poetry reading at the end of the world” (poem)

Philip Mann: Mervyn Thompson, Passing Through and Other Plays; Michelanne Forster, Daughters of Heaven; Robert Lord, Joyful and Triumphant

Bronwyn Labrum: Barbara Brookes, Charlotte Macdonald, Margaret Tennant, Women in History II

Rose Lovell-Smith: Janet Holm, Nothing but Grass and Wind: The Rutherfords of North Canterbury; Margaret Drake Brockman, The Voyage of the ‘May Queen’

Gavin McLean: Michael Fowler, Michael Fowler’s University of Auckland; Christopher B Vine, Nelson Observed: Portraits of a New Zealand Province

A K Grant: Raybon Kan, 5 Days in Las Vegas

Jonathan Boston: Alan McRobie, Taking It To The People: The New Zealand Electoral Referendum Debate

Brian Easton: Ian Duncan, Alan Bollard, Corporatisation and privatisation: New Zealand

Philip Mann: Chris Cooper, Natural Healing in New Zealand

Anne French: Adrienne Bennett, Wendi Etherington, Daphne Hewson, Childbirth Choices

Verna Schofield: Peggy G Koopman Boyden, New Zealand’s Ageing Society

Malcolm MacLean: Nicola Lynch-Reeves, Handy Hints for Wicked Stepmothers: New Zealand Step-Parenting in the 1990s

R M McDowall: Chris Paulin, Clive Roberts, The Rock Pool Fishes of New Zealand: Te Ika aaria o Aotearoa

Judith Dale: Robin Shafer, The Garden as a Room: Decorating and Furnishing the New Zealand Garden; Jane Taylor, The Dry Garden: Gardening with drought-tolerant plants; Olive Dunn, Delights of Floral Languages; Delights of Lavender; Delights of Little Flowers; Delights of Roses

 

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