Issue 87 Spring 2009

 

Issue 87 Spring 2009Volume 19 | Number 3 | Issue 87 | Spring 2009

Letters

Harry Ricketts: Jenny Bornholdt, The Rocky Shore

Sue McCauley: Fiona Kidman, Beside the Dark Pool

Michael Hulse: Vincent O’Sullivan, Further Convictions Pending: Poems 1998-2008

Murray Bramwell: Janet Frame, Prizes: Selected Short Stories; Witi Ihimaera, His Best Stories; Owen Marshall (ed), Essential New Zealand Short Stories

Stella Ramage: Alan Wright and Edward Hanfling, Mrkusich: The Art of Transformation

David Eggleton: ‘Christchurch Gothic’ (poem)

Peter Ireland: Peter Peryer (photographs), Peter Simpson and Peter Peryer (essays), Peter Peryer Photographer; Ann Shelton (photographs), Martin Patrick (essay), Room Room

Bernard Carpinter: Lindy Kelly, Bold Blood; David Rodewald, Full Moon Fever; David Hair, The Bone Tiki

Elspeth Sandys: Paula Morris, Forbidden Cities; Sue Orr, Etiquette
for a Dinner Party; Owen Marshall (ed), The Best New Zealand Fiction Volume 5

Nicholas Reid: Sarah Laing, Dead People’s Music; Mia Farlane, Footnotes to Sex; Laurence Fearnley, Mother’s Day

Ruth Nichol: Fiona Farrell, Limestone

Paul Morris: Keith Newman, Ratana: The Prophet; John Newton, Double Rainbow: James Baxter, Ngati Hau and the Jerusalem Commune

Hugh Roberts: Sam Hunt (ed), James K Baxter: Poems; Sam Hunt, Doubtless: New and Selected Poems

Obituary: Terry Sturm

Les Cleveland: Alex Hedley (with Megan Hutching), Fernleaf Cairo: New Zealanders at Maadi Camp; Deborah Challinor, Grey Ghosts: New Zealand Vietnam Vets Talk about their War; Neil Frances and Doug King, Things Have Been Pretty Lively: The Great War Diary of Melve King; Patricia Stroud, Caesar: The True Story of a Canine Anzac Hero

Miro Bilbrough: ‘Door-snake’ (poem)

Graeme McIndoe: Julia Gatley (ed), Long Live the Modern: New Zealand’s New Architecture 1904-1984

Hilary Stace: John E Martin, Parliament’s Library: 150 Years; Mary Ronnie, Freedom to Read: A Centennial History of Dunedin Public Library

Kim Griggs: Hamish Beaton, Under the Osakan Sun; Bruce Ansley, A Long Slow Affair of the Heart

Bernard Beckett: ‘Anti-brain fade'( Imprints)

Diane Hebley: Raymond Huber, Sting; James Norcliffe, The Strange and Diverting Story of the Loblolly Boy; Margaret Hall, Return for the Gold

Christine Johnston: Charlotte Grimshaw, Singularity; Anna Taylor, Relief

Jane Stafford: Elizabeth Knox, The Angel’s Cut

Eleanor Catton: ‘Agents and Agency’ (Byline)

 

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