Issue 89 Autumn 2010

 

Issue 89 Autumn 2010Volume 20 | Number 1 | Issue 89 | Autumn 2010

Letters

Andrew Wood: “Karl Wolfskehl (1869-1948)” (poem)

Gregory O’Brien: “Low cloud, field of peonies, Martinborough”

Ashleigh Young: Sam Hunt, Backroads: Charting a Poet’s Life

Kathryn Walls: Tessa Duder (ed), David Elliot (illus), The Magical Verse of Margaret Mahy: The Word Witch; Margaret Mahy, The Dark Blue Hundred-ride Bus Ticket; Margaret Mahy, Trace Hodgson (illus), Awesome Aotearoa: Margaret Mahy’s History of New Zealand

Stella Ramage: Roger Horrocks, Art That Moves: The Work of Len Lye

Helen Watson White: John Z Robinson, Red Studio: Forty-five Prints

John O’Leary: Dominic Alessio (ed), The Inhabitant, The Great Romance

Anne Else: Linda Bryder, A History of the “Unfortunate Experiment” at National Women’s Hospital; Joanna Manning (ed), The Cartwright Papers: Essays on the Cervical Cancer Inquiry, 1987-88

Hamish Clayton: Paula Morris (ed), The Penguin Book of Contemporary New Zealand Short Stories

Louise O’Brien: Alison Wong, As the Earth Turns Silver; Alan Duff, Who Sings for Lu?; Albert Wendt, The Adventures of Vela

John Horrocks: Michele Leggott, Mirabile Dictu; Bernadette Hall, The Lustre Jug; Brian Turner, Just This

Rae Julian: Kate McMillan, John Leslie and Elizabeth McLeay (eds), Rethinking Women and Politics: New Zealand and Comparative Perspectives

Mark Williams: “Rivers, repetition and reproaches” (Comment)

John McCrystal: Witi Ihimaera, The Trowenna Sea

Jocelyn Harris: “The voice on the page” (Comment)

Elizabeth Smither: “Restaurant, Stars” (poem)

Dougal McNeill: Judith Dell Panny, Plume of Bees: A Literary Biography of C K Stead

Helena Brow: Bruce Ansley, Gods and Little Fishes: A Boy and a Beach

Jill Trevelyan: Jessie Munro (ed), Letters on the Go: The Correspondence of Suzanne Aubert

Christine Johnston: Patricia Grace, Ned and Katina: A True Love Story

Murray Bramwell: Damien Wilkins, Somebody Loves Us All

Elspeth Sandys: David Grant, Bob Kerr (paintings), Field Punishment No 1: Archibald Baxter, Mark Briggs and New Zealand’s Anti-Militarist Tradition

Simon Upton: Gareth Morgan and John McCrystal, Poles Apart: Beyond the Shouting, Who’s Right About Climate Change?

Stevan Eldred-Grigg: Matthew Wright, Old South: Life and Times in the Nineteenth-century Mainland

Emma Neale: “Satellite” (poem)

Jenny Harper: Ian Wedde, Bill Culbert: Making Light Work

Nepia Mahuika: Paul Spoonley, Mata Toa: The Life and Times of Ranginui Walker

Obituaries: Hugh Price, Bub Bridger; Louise St John White

 

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