Issue 82 Winter 2008

 

Issue 82Volume 18 | Number 2 | Issue 82 | Winter 2008

Letters

Elizabeth Smither: “Naming a Telescope” (poem)

James C Raymond: Bernard Beckett, Falling for Science: Asking the Big Questions

Catharina van Bohemen: Fiona Kidman, At the End of Darwin Road – A Memoir; Craig Sherborne: Muck: A Memoir; Penelope Todd, Digging for Spain: A Writer’s Journey

Philip Temple: Martin Edmond, Waimarino County and Other Excursions; Nigel Cox, Phone Home Berlin – Collected Non-fiction

Kim Worthington: Janet Frame, Towards Another Summer

Bernard Carpinter: Lloyd Spencer Davis, Looking for Darwin

Malcolm McKinnon: J G A Pocock, The Discovery of Islands: Essays in British History

Ann Beaglehole: Lyndon Fraser, Castles of Gold: A History of New Zealand’s West Coast Irish; R D Mercer, Mine Alone: The Story of an Immigrant Mining Engineer from Staffordshire

Nicholas Birns: Paul Morris and Mike Grimshaw (eds), The Lloyd Geering Reader: Prophet of Modernity

Harry Ricketts: Charles Spear, Collected Poems

Chris Else: The Six Pack Two; Damien Wilkins, For Everyone Concerned; Sarah Laing, Coming Up Roses; Alice Tawhai, Luminous

Diane Hebley: Brigid Lowry, Tomorrow All Will Be Beautiful; Fleur Beale, The Transformation of Minna Hargreaves; David Hill, Duet

Raymond Huber: Gavin Bishop, Rats!; Melanie Drewery (illustrations Ali Teo and John O’Reilly), Tahi: One Lucky Kiwi; Stanley Palmer, To the Harbour; Joy Cowley (illustrations Gavin Bishop), Snake and Lizard; Melanie Drewery (illustrations Jenny Cooper), The Mad Tadpole Adventure

Paul Thompson: Conal McCarthy, Exhibiting Maori: A History of Colonial Cultures of Display

Dougal McNeill: Kapka Kassabova, Geography for the Lost; Kaye McKenzie Cooke, Made for Weather; Geoff Cochrane, 84-484; Janet Charman, Cold Snack

Lydia Wevers: Janet Wilson (ed), The Gorse Blooms Pale: Dan Davin’s Southland Stories

Louise O’Brien: Owen Marshall, Drybread

Tom Brooking: Paul Moon, The Newest Country in the World: A History of New Zealand in the Decade of the Treaty

Laurie Atkinson: Gary Henderson, Three Plays; Toa Fraser, Two Plays

Peter Russell: “In the Beginning” (Imprints)

Gordon McLauchlan: Barry Gustafson, Kiwi Keith: A Biography of Keith Holyoake

Hamish Clayton: Sally Blundell (ed), Look This Way: New Zealand Writers on New Zealand Artists

John B Turner: Brian Brake, Monsoon

Harvey Molloy and Latika Vasil: David Cohen, A Perfect World: A Father’s Quest to Unriddle the Mysteries of Autism

Peter Calder: Paul Diamond, Makereti: Taking Maori to the World

John McCrystal: “Ghost in the Machine” (Comment)

Obituary: Ruth Dallas

 

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