Issue 15 Spring 1994

Issue 15Issue 15  Spring 1994

Editorial

Letters

Brian Easton: Prue Hyman, Women and Economics

Lauris Edmond: “Triumph in the regions: Women’s Book Festival”

Sandra Arnold: “Imagining murder and menace”

Miriama Evans: Ruka Broughton, Ngaa Mahi Whakaari a Titokowaru

Chris Prentice: Witi Ihimaera, Bulibasha, King of the Gypsies

Lawrence Jones: Maurice Gee, Crime Story, and The Fat Man

Janet Wilson: Elizabeth Smither, Mr Fish and other stories

Tessa Barringer: Michael Jackson, Pieces of Music; Lester Earnshaw, Olivia; Noel Virtue, Sandspit Crossing

Anne French: Ding Xiaoqi, Maidenhome; James Norcliffe, The Chinese Interpreter; Owen Marshall, Burning Boats: seventeen New Zealand short stories

Jane Stafford: Murray Edmond, The Switch; Michelle Leggott, Dia

Bill Sewell: Hubert Witheford, A Blue Monkey for the Tomb

Tony Bellette: Nicola Green, By the Waters of Babylon: the Art of A Lois White; Eric Lee-Johnson, No Road to Follow: Autobiography of a New Zealand Artist; Pat Unger, W A Sutton, Painter

Sally Logan: Guenther Mueller-Heumann and Michael Duffy, The New Zealand Marketing Book

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