Issue 45 Autumn 1999

 

Issue 45 Autumn 1999Volume 9 | Number 1 | Issue 45 | Autumn 1999

Vincent O’Sullivan: Michael King, Wrestling with the Angel: a life of Janet Frame

Christopher Harris: “Unflagging efforts” (poem)

Editorial

Correspondence

John O’Connor: Alistair Te Ariki Campbell, Gallipoli & Other Poems

Harvey McQueen: Andrew Johnston, Birds of Europe; Jenny Bornholdt, These Days

John Davidson: C K Stead, The Right Thing

Jane Stafford: Carole Ferrier, Jean Devanny: Romantic Revolutionary

John McCrystal: Peter Hawes, The Dream of Nikau Jam; Kevin Ireland, The Craymore Affair

Philip Temple: John Pascoe, revised Graham Langton, Mr Explorer Douglas

Chris Hobley: Sophie Jerram, Posted Love. New Zealand  love letters

Russell Marshall: Brad Patterson (ed), Sport, Society and Culture

Brian Turner: “Thinking of you” (poem)

Barbara Murison: Penelope Huber, Three’s a Crowd; Vince Ford, 2MUCH4U; Ken Catran, Golden Prince; Trevor Wilson, Going for Gold

Margaret Clark: Barry Gustafson, His Way: A Biography of Robert Muldoon

Roger Robinson: Lauris Edmond, Late Song

Alan Wells: Mervyn McLean, Weavers of Song: Polynesian Music and Dance

Joan de Hamel: Joy Cowley, Shadrach Girl

Paula Boock: David Hill, Just Looking, Thanks; Time Out; Boots ‘n’ All; Impact

Emma Neale: “Owl-glass” (poem)

Tina Shaw: Linda Burgess, Allons Enfants; Allan Parker, Seasons in Tuscany

Bernard Robertson: Greg Newbold, Crime in New Zealand

Jan Cronin: Mary Paul, Her Side of the Story: Readings of Mander, Mansfield, & Hyde

Hugh Roberts: Journal of New Zealand Literature 15 (Allen Curnow issue)

Helen Beaglehole: Jennifer Maxwell, Window Licking in the City of Love; Vonnie Alexander, Table at Sunset Lodge; Gwyneth Perry, Butterfly Mind; Anne Mulcock, An Unnatural Beginning; Sandi Hall, Rumours of Dreams

Jane Tolerton: Dianne Haworth and Diane Miller, Freda Stark: Her Extraordinary Life

Deborah Montgomerie: Bronwyn Dalley and Bronwyn Labrum (eds), Fragments: New Zealand Social and Cultural History

Norman Bilbrough: “Likely stories” (comment)

 

 

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