Issue 59 Spring 2002

 

Issue 59 Spring 2002Volume 12 | Number 3 | Issue 59 | Spring 2002

Janet Wilson: Marilyn Duckworth, Swallowing Diamonds

Editorial

Correspondence

Gavin McLean: Heather Worth, Anna Paris and Louisa Allen (eds), The Life of Brian: Masculinities, Sexualities and Health in New Zealand; Laurie Guy, Worlds in Collision: The Gay Debate in New Zealand 1960-1986

Jane Bowron: Jules and Linda Topp, The Topp Twins Book

Stevan Eldred-Grigg: Graeme Lay and Stephen Stratford (eds), An Affair of the Heart: A Celebration of Frank Sargeson’s Centenary; Mike Minehan, O Jerusalem – James K Baxter: An Intimate Memoir

Laura Kroetsch: Derek Round, Barbed Wire Between Us: A story of love and war; Heather Heberley, Last of the Whalers: Charlie Heberley’s Story; Tessa Duder, In Search of Elisa Marchetti: A Writer’s Search for Her Italian Family; Susan Price and Robin Allardyce, Charles and Annie Aller and Their Six Daughters

Garth Baker: Tess Redgrave, Going the Distance – Women Outdoors in New Zealand; Tessa Duder (ed), Seduced by the Sea; Geoff Chapple, Te Araroa: The New Zealand Trail

Neville Peat: Eric Pawson and Tom Brooking (eds), Environmental Histories of New Zealand

Eric Richards: Arthur Grimes, Lydia Wevers, and Ginny Sullivan (eds), States of Mind: Australia and New Zealand 1901-2001

Bernard Carpinter: Sandy Myhre, 50 Years on Track; Eoin Young, Classic Racers – New Zealand’s Grand Prix Greats

Rebecca J Davies: Sue McCauley, Life on Earth; Bernard Steeds, Water; Sugu Pillay, The Chandraskhar Limit

Harvey McQueen: Diane Brown, 8 Stages of Grace

Anne French: John Saker, Tracing the Ark; Paula Boock, On Make-up and Makeover; Margaret Mahy, Notes of a Bag Lady

Jennifer Lawn: Marc Delrez, Manifold Utopia: The Novels of Janet Frame

Kate Riddell: Mihi Edwards, Mihipeka: Call of an Elder Karanga a te Kuia; Dorothy Urlich Cloher (Maori translation by Merimeri Penfold), Tribes of  Muriwhenua: Their Origins and Stories; Jenifer Curnow, Ngapare Hopa & Jane McRae (eds), rere atu, taku manu!: Discovering history, language and politics in the Maori-language newspapers; Alex Frame, Grey and Iwikau: A Journey into Custom Kerei raua ko Iwikau; Te Haerenga me nga Tikanga

Bryan Gilling: Paul Moon, The Path to the Treaty of Waitangi

Peter Lineham: Karen Sinclair, Prophetic Histories: The People of the Maramatanga

Margie Thomson: Jenny Pattrick, The Denniston Rose

Barbara Murison: Hugh Price (pictures by Isabel Lowe), The Truth At Last about the Little Red Hen; Alan Bagnall (illustrations by Sarah Wilkins), The Immigrants; Gideon Couper (illustrations by Kelvin McMillan), Abraham The Builder’s Cat – Adventures on Arapawa Island; Lynley Dodd, Hairy Maclary and Friends – 4 More Lynley Dodd Stories; Schnitzel von Krumm, Dogs Never Climb Trees

Hugh Roberts: Kendrick Smithyman, Imperial Vistas Family Fictions; Last Poems

Roger Robinson: “Horace at Kapiti” (comment)

 

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