Issue 60 Summer 2002

 

Issue-60Volume 12 | Number 4 | Issue 60| Summer 2002

Martin Edmond: Marja Bloem and Martin Browne, Colin McCahon: A Question of Faith; Damian Skinner, Don Binney: Nga Manu/Nga Motu – Birds/Islands

Editorial

Letters

Les Cleveland: John Crawford and Ian McGibbon (eds), One Flag, One Queen, One Tongue: New Zealand, the British and the South African War; Nigel Prickett, Landscapes of Conflict: A Field Guide to the New Zealand Wars; Michael King, New Zealanders at War; Matthew Wright, Italian Odyssey: New Zealanders in the Battle for Italy 1943-45

W H Oliver: James McNeish, Dance of the peacocks: New Zealanders in exile in the time of Hitler, Stalin and Mao Tse-tung

Damian Skinner: Sandra Chesterman, FigureWork: The Nude and Life Modelling in New Zealand Art; Laurence Simmons, The Image Always Has the Last Word: On Contemporary New Zealand Painting and Photography

John O’Connor: Glenn Colquhoun, Playing God; Sarah Quigley, LOVEINABOOKSTOREORYOURMONEYBACK; John Dolan, People with Real Lives Don’t Need Landscapes

Cilla McQueen: Albert Wendt, Reine Whaitiri and Robert Sullivan (eds), Whetu Moana – Contemporary Polynesian Poems in English; Robert Sullivan, Captain Cook in the Underworld

Anna Rogers: Manying Ip (ed), Unfolding History, Evolving Identity: The Chinese in New Zealand; Brigitte Bönisch-Brednich, Keeping a Low Profile: An Oral History of German Immigration to New Zealand; Tom Brooking & Jennie Coleman (eds), The Heather and the Fern: Scottish: Migration and New Zealand Settlement; Brad Patterson (ed), The Irish in New Zealand: Historical Contexts and Perspectives

Peter Bland: “Storm Beach – Coromandel” (poem)

Jane Stafford: Elizabeth Knox, Daylight

Margot Schwass: Barbara Else, The Case of the Missing Kitchen

Rosemary Lovell-Smith: Jack Lasenby, Harry Wakatipu Comes the Mong; David Hill, No Safe Harbour; Penelope Todd, Boy Next Door; V M Jones, Buddy

Norman Bilbrough: Des Hunt, A Friend in Paradise; Brian Falkner, Henry and the Flea; Linda McNabb, The Dragon’s Apprentice; Ken Catran, Artists are Crazy and Other Stories

Vivienne Jepsen: Lynn Davidson, Ghost Net; Jackie Davis, Swim; Raumoa Ormsby, Dreams Lost Never Walked; Chad Taylor, Electric

John Smythe: Vivienne Plumb (ed), Red Light Means Stop: Six Super Solos from Aotearoa NZ

Kerry Popplewell: “The Illiad, Book xii” (poem)

Lisa Warrington: William Direen Song-Plays; Kathleen Gallagher, Peace Plays; Lorae Parry, Vagabonds

Peter Wells: Beryl Fletcher, The House at Karamu; Ingrid Horrocks, Travelling with Augusta 1835 and 1999

Doug Munro: Arapeta Awatere [Hinemoa Ruataupare Awatere (ed)], Awatere: A Soldier’s Story

Linda Burgess: Louise Lawrence (ed), The Penguin Book of New Zealand Letters

W K Hastings: “Relatively free speech” (comment)

 

 

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