Issue 17 Winter 1995

Issue 17Editorial: Colin James: “New fizz”

Letters

Apology to C K Stead

Harvey McQueen: Laura Ranger, Laura’s poems

Philippa, Octavia and Laura Horgan: Laura Ranger, Laura’s poems

Jane Stafford: Jenny Bornholdt, How We Met

Bill Manhire, “Some screens” (a poem)

Jeanette Stace, “Between” (a poem)

David Groves: Phillip Mann, Stand Alone Stan

Roger Robinson: Witi Ihimaera, Nights in the Gardens of Spain

Anne French: Kevin Ireland, Sleeping with the Angels

Neville Bennett: Nobel Prize for literature, Oe Kenzaburo

Gregory O’Brien, Eccentricities, Work in progress

Colin James: David Lange, Cuttings

Michael Cullen: “Redesigning the collectivist rudder”

Piet de Jong, Beer and betting

Piet de Jong, A nation’s rough habit

Laura Kroetsch on the minefield of popular culture

Bill Oliver:  The treaty ‑ a question of power

Hamish Keith: The art of kowhaiwhai

Sir Tipene O’Regan: The art of kowhaiwhai

 

 

 

 

 

 

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