Issue 57 Autumn 2002

 

Issue 57 Autumn 2002Volume 12 | Number 1 | Issue 57 | Autumn 2002

Joan de Hamel: Sandy McKay, Recycled and My Dad the All Black; Vince Ford, The Dare Club; Jan Thorburn, Stranded; Jack Lasenby, Aunt Effie

Editorial A farewell

Letters

Brian Turner: Far and near: some thoughts on the poetry of Bill Sewell

Raymond Huber: Bernard Beckett, No Alarms; William Taylor, Spider

John Dickson: Bob Orr, Valparaiso; Tony Beyer, Human Scale

Ian Wedde: Alan Brunton, Fq

Cilla McQueen: Emma Neale, How To Make A Million; Rachel Bush, The Unfortunate Singer

Edmund Bohan: Graham Billing, The Blue Lion: An historical love story

Bernard Carpinter: Paul Thomas, The Empty Bed; Tom Lewis, Eye of the Kea; Edmund Bohan, The Irish Yankee

Stevan Eldred-Grigg: Jim McAloon, No Idle Rich: The Wealthy in Canterbury & Otago 1840-1918

Tom Brooking: Lydia Wevers, Country of Writing: Travel Writing and New Zealand, 1809-1900

Lynley Hood: Charles Ferrall & Rebecca Ellis, The Trials of Eric Mareo

Sally Sutton: Stephanie Johnson, The Shag Incident

Catharina van Bohemen: Christine Johnston, the shark bell; Bronwyn Tate, Halfway to Africa

Paula Boock: Renée, The Skeleton Woman: A Romance

Jessica Le Bas: “driving back from Takaka” (poem)

Ian Johnstone: Derek J Wilson, Five Holocausts

Nicholas Reid: Philip Temple, A Sort of Conscience – The Wakefields

Jack Lasenby: Brian Turner, Somebodies and Nobodies

David Eggleton: Sean Mallon and Pandora Fulimalo Pereira (eds), Pacific Art Niu Sila: the Pacific Dimension of Contemporary New Zealand Arts

Elizabeth Alley: Michael King, An Inward Sun: The World of Janet Frame

Neville Emslie: “Wicketkeeping religion” (comment)

 

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