Issue 79 Spring 2007

 

Issue 79 Spring 2007Volume 17 | Number 3 | Issue 79 | Spring 2007

Editorial

Letters

Tim Hazledine: Laurence Simmons (ed), Speaking Truth to Power: Public Intellectuals Rethink New Zealand

Don Aimer: David Cook, Lake of Coal: The Disappearance of a Mining Township

David Hill: Richard Wolfe, A Short History of Sheep in New Zealand; Richard Wolfe, Instructions for New Zealanders; Donald Kerr, The Smell of Powder: A History of Duelling in New Zealand; Nicola McCloy, Whykickamoocow: Curious New Zealand Placenames; John Dunmore, Mrs Cook’s Book of Recipes

Harvey McQueen: Kynan Gentry and Gavin McLean (eds), Heartlands: New Zealand Historians Write about Where History Happened

Tim Wong: Bill O’Brien, Aramoana: Twenty-two Hours of Terror

Bob Brockie: George Gibbs, Ghosts of Gondwana: The History of Life in New Zealand; Alan Tennyson and Paul Martinson, Extinct Birds of New Zealand

Coral Atkinson: Cherry Simmonds, The Smell of an Oily Rag; Ta’afuli Andrew Fui, Purple Heart

Edmund Bohan: Gavin McLean, The Governors: New Zealand’s Governors and Governors-General; Donald Jackson Kerr, Amassing Treasures for All Times: Sir George Grey, Colonial Bookman and Collector

David Larsen: “Beware of low-flying poetry” (Byline)

Geoff Cush: Stephen Levine (ed), New Zealand as it Might Have Been

Tim Corballis and Ingrid Horrocks: Misha Kavka, Jennifer Lawn, Mary Paul (eds), Gothic NZ: The Darker Side of Kiwi Culture

Jane Stafford: Deborah Challinor, Fire; Barbara Else, Wild Latitudes; Kaye Kelly, A Secret Mind

Beryl Fletcher: Coral Atkinson, The Paua Tower; Jackie Fraser, The Sawdust Makers; Deborah Challinor, Kitty

James Brown: “The Outfield” (poem)

Nicky Hager: Malcolm Templeton, Standing Upright Here: New Zealand in the Nuclear Age 1945-1990

Nick Bollinger: Dianne Haworth, Highway of Legends: On the Road with the Kings and Queens of Country Music

Renée: Ann Packer, Stitch: Contemporary New Zealand Textile Artists

Fiona Kidman: “Marilyn at Malibu” (poem)

John Pagani: Bill Francis, ZB: The Voice of an Iconic Radio Station

Isa Moynihan: Frances Cherry, Gate Crasher and Other Stories; Frances Cherry, Flashpoint

Siobhan Harvey: Gareth Shute (ed), Insights: New Zealand Artists Talk About Creativity

Michael Hulse: Vincent O’Sullivan, Blame Vermeer; C K Stead, The Black River; Andrew Johnston, Sol; Bernadette Hall, The Ponies; Kevin Ireland, Airports

Jenny DeBell: John Campbell (introduction), The Six Pack: Winning Writing from New Zealand Book Month 2006; Fiona Kidman (ed), The Best New Zealand Fiction 3; Owen Marshall (introduction), Sunday 22: The Winners of the Sunday Star Times Short Story Competition; Selina Tusitala Marsh (ed), Niu Voices: Contemporary Pacific Fiction 1: Tina Shaw and Jack Ross (eds), Myth of the 21st Century: An Anthology of New Fiction

Anna Rogers: “Red pen pedants” (Comment)

Jan FitzGerald: “Nest” (poem)

 

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