Issue 42 — March 2000

Issue-42Volume 10 | Number 1 | Issue 42 | March 2000 

 

Jane Stafford: Writers and Readers Week preview

Editorial

Correspondence

Fleur Beale: Jane Westaway, Love and Other Excuses; Maurice Gee, Hostel Girl; William Taylor, Jerome

Sarah Quigley: Fiona Kidman (ed), New Zealand Love Stories

Belinda Cullinan: Shona McFarlane, Shona McFarlane. A Memoir

Neil Rowe: Martin Edmond, The Resurrection of Philip Clairmont

Wendy Pond: R D Crosby, The Musket Wars

Rawiri Taonui: R D Crosby, The Musket Wars

L E Scott: “Early Sleep” (poem)

Lawrence Jones: C K Stead, Talking About O’Dwyer

Paul Day: Gunner N H Brewer, The Soldier Tourist

Chris Else: Michael Henderson, The Small Change of Silence

Bernadette Hall: AUP New Poets: Raewyn Alexander, Anna Jackson, Sarah Quigley; Emma Neale, Sleeve-notes; Paola Bilbrough, bell tongue

Lauris Edmond: “tuatara”, “cicadas”, “stick insect”, “sea horse”, from Carnival of New Zealand Creatures (poems)

Jane Clifton: Jon Gadsby, The Trough

Ruth Nichol: Denis Welch, Human Remains

Victoria Carchidi: Joy Cowley, Classical Music

Ken Arvidson: Bill Manhire, What to call your child

Bill Sewell: John Needham, The Departure Lounge: Travel and Literature in the Post-Modern World

Brian Turner: Roger Booth, Bruno

Richard Smith: Bob Kerr, Mechanical Harry and the Flying Bicycle; Betty and Alan Gilderdale, The Little Yellow Digger at the Zoo; Jenny Hessell and Trevor Pye, Grandma McGarvey Goes to School

Alistair Paterson: Mark Pirie, Shoot

Apirana Taylor: Phil Kawana, Attack of the Skunk People

Geoff Park: John Gordon (ed), Out of Town: Writing from the New Zealand Countryside

Graham Mourie: Chris Laidlaw, Rights of Passage: Beyond the New Zealand Identity Crisis

Harry Ricketts: A K Grant, Parodies Regained

Ken Arvidson: Lauris Edmond (1924-2000)

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