Issue 67 Spring 2005

 

Issue 67 Spring 2004Volume 14 | Number 3 | Issue 67 | Spring 2005

Kim Griggs: Bill Manhire (ed), The Wide White Page: Writers Imagine Antarctica

Letters

Martin Edmond: Chris Else, On River Road; Nigel Cox, Tarzan Presley; Mike Johnson, Stench

Philip Temple: Maurice Shadbolt (obituary)

Roger Robinson: I A Gordon (obituary)

Nicholas Reid: “Back Door” (poem)

Vincent O’Sullivan: R A K Mason, Four Short Stories 1931-35 (with an afterword by Rachel Barrowman)

Bronwyn Tate: Kelly Ana Morey, Grace is Gone; Rebekah Palmer, Rhythm

Christina Thompson: Keri Hulme, Stonefish

Jane Hurley: Stephanie Johnson, Music from a Distant Room

Catharina van Bohemen: Jenny Pattrick, Heart of Coal

Barry Emslie: Anna Smith & Lydia Wevers (eds), On Display: New Essays in Cultural Studies

Mary Macpherson: Ken Hall, George D Valentine: A 19th Century Photographer in New Zealand

Nelson Wattie: Peter Munz, Beyond Wittgenstein’s Poker: New Light on Popper and Wittgenstein

Stephanie Johnson: Martin Edmond, Ghost Who Writes; Lindsay Rabbitt, These Lives I Have Buried; Jack Lasenby, What Makes A Teacher?

David Hill: Gordon McLauchlan, A Life’s Sentences; Peter Bland, Sorry, I’m a Stranger Here Myself

Renée: Pauline O’Regan, Miles To Go

Kay Hancock: Hugh Price, Ready to Read and the PM Books: A Memoir

John McIntyre: Imprints

Paul Morris: John Stenhouse and Jane Thomson (eds), Building God’s Own Country: Historical Essays on Religions in New Zealand

Don Aimer: Graeme Hunt, Black Prince: the biography of Fintan Patrick Walsh; David Grant (ed), The Big Blue: Snapshots of the 1951 Waterfront Lockout

Anna Livesey: Peter Olds, It Was a Tuesday Morning; Leonard Lambert, Natural Anthem; Harvey McQueen, Recessional

Alison Gray: Grant Duncan, Society and Politics: New Zealand Social Policy; Bronwyn Dalley and Margaret Tennant (eds), Past Judgement: Social Policy in New Zealand History

Jennifer Shennan: Adam Manterys (ed), New Zealand’s First Refugees: Pahiatua’s Polish Children

Kate de Goldi: “Blaming Tolkien” (comment)

 

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