Issue 33 — Winter 1998

Issue 33Volume 8 | Number 2 | Issue 33 | Winter 1998

Owen Marshall: Ian Richards, To bed at noon: the life and art of Maurice Duggan

Tony Simpson: Neil Robinson, To the Ends of the Earth; John MacGibbon, Going Abroad; Susan Butterworth, with Graham Butterworth, Chips off the Auld Rock; Lyndon Fraser, To Tara Via Holyhead

David Kirk: Paul Thomas, Change of Hart

Robert Sullivan: Hone Tuwhare, Shape-Shifter

Ian Richards: Barbara Anderson, The Peacocks

Mason Durie: Sidney Moko Mead, Landmarks, Bridges and Visions: Aspects of Maori Culture

WH Oliver: Douglas Graham, Trick or Treaty?; Andrew Sharp, Justice and the Maori: the philosophy and practice of Maori claims in New Zealand since the 1970s

Michael Lyon: David Marshall, Shaggy Dogs & Other Stories: Tales of a Kiwi Vet

Jeanine Graham: Edward Gibbon Wakefield and the Colonial Dream: A Reconsideration (seminar proceedings)

Terry Sturm: Jenny Bornholdt, Miss New Zealand: Selected poems

James Ritchie: Witi Ihimaera, The Dream Swimmer

Norman Bilbrough: CK Stead, The Blind Blonde with Candles in her Hair

Mark Broatch: Linda Burgess and Stephen Stratford, Safe Sex: an e-mail romance

David Hill: Paula Boock, Dare, Truth or Promise; Helen Beaglehole, The Family Album; Duncan Stuart, The Whole of the Moon; Joy Cowley, Ticket to the Sky Dance

Lawrence Jones: Graham Billing, The Lifeboat

Elva Bett: Julie King, Flowers into Landscape – Margaret Stoddart 1865-1934; John Coley, Jane Evans

Marilyn Waring: Stephanie Dowrick, Tasting Salt; and Forgiveness and Other Acts of Love – Finding true value in your life

Ginette McDonald: Jane Tolerton, 60s Chicks Hit the 90s

Susan Budd: Peter Johnson, Pick of the Bunch: New Zealand Wildflowers

Ingrid Horrocks: Diana Neutze, Unwinding the Labyrinth; Mike Minehan, suicide season; John Allison, Dividing the Light; Tom Weston, The Ambiguous Companion

Paul Morris: Michael King, God’s Farthest Outpost: A History of Catholics in New Zealand; Peter Zwart, Church in the World: Statements on social issues 1979-1997; Peter Donovan (ed), Religions of New Zealanders (2ed)

Janet Wilson: Shona Jennings (ed), Come Rain or Shine: Women around New Zealand share their life stories; Beryl Martin, A Family from Barra: An Adoption Story; Shona Dunlop MacTavish, A Leap of Faith: My Dance through Life; Heather Heberley, Floor Tide

Joel Hayward: Julia Millen, Salute to Service: A History of the Royal New Zealand Corps of Transport and its Predecessors 1860-1996; Laurie Brocklebank, Jayforce: New Zealand and the Military Occupation of Japan, 1945-48

Lesley Moyes: Margaret Mahy, Beaten by a Balloon; Joy Cowley, The Bump; and Nicketty-Nacketty, Noo-Noo-Noo; and The Mouse Bride; Norman Bilbrough, The Dump Giants

 

Mary Varnham: Restrained discourse in a windowless room: Writers and Readers Week 1998 (comment)

Editorial, June 1998

Letters, June 1998

James Norcliffe: dog days (a poem)

Elizabeth Smither: A death and a marriage in one day (a poem

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