Issue 56 Summer 2001

 

Issue 56 Summer 2001Volume 11 | Number 4 | Issue 56 | Summer 2001

Tony Simpson: Damien Wilkins, When Famous People Come to Town; Kate Camp, On Kissing; Vincent O’Sullivan, On Longing

Editorial

Letters

Harry Ricketts: Angus Gillies, Adam Parore: The Wicked Keeper

Redmer Yska: Andrew Fagan, Swirly World: the solo voyages; Peter Taylor, Wet Behind the Ears: adventures of a runaway sailor

Nick Ascroft:  “The 27th December: at:” (poem)

Gavin McLean: David G Wright, Joyita. Solving the Mystery

Katie Pickles: Jim Sullivan (ed), Doing Our Bit: New Zealand Women Tell Their Stories of World War Two; Bee Dawson, High Flyers: Celebrating the Extraordinary Women of the RNZAF 1977-2002

Neville Bennett: Jill Malcolm, At Home on the Road; Roy Sinclair, Southern Journeys. South Island People and Places

Jon Gadsby: Ian F Grant, The Other Side Of The Ditch. A cartoon century in the New Zealand-Australia relation-ship; David Grant, Thoroughbreds, Trainers, Toffs and Tic Tac Men: A Cartoon History of Horse Racing in New Zealand

Owen Marshall: Geoff Cush, Son of France

Susan Budd: Sarah-Kate Lynch, Blessed Are

Louise O’Brien: Elizabeth Smither, Listening to the Everly Brothers and Other Stories

Russell Haley: Peter Hawes, Royce, Royce, the People’s Choice

John McCrystal: Tina Shaw, Paradise

Kirstie Archer: Elspeth Sandys, A Passing Guest

Paul Millar: Fiona Kidman, A Needle in the Heart

Linda Burgess: Owen Marshall, When Gravity Snaps

Greg Newbold: Celia Lashlie, The Journey to Prison: Who Goes and Why

Michael Grimshaw: Rod MacLeod (ed), Snapshots on the Journey: through death & remembrance: an anthology of poems

Emma Neale: Jan Kemp, Only One Angel; Janet Charman, Snowing Down South

Ross Calman: Roger Neich, Carved Histories: Rotorua Nga¯ti Tarawhai Woodcarving

James Ritchie: Hana O’Regan, Ko Tahu, Ko Au: Kai Tahu Tribal Identity

Barry Gustafson: Stephen Levine and Alan McRobie, From Muldoon to Lange: New Zealand Elections in the 1980s

Simon Upton: Austin Mitchell, Pavlova Paradise Revisited

Julia Millen: Colin Crump, In Endless Fear: a true story

R Carl Shuker interviews Damien Wilkins

Les Cleveland: “Words like ferns: the neglected Harold Gretton” (comment)

 

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