Issue 91 Spring 2010

 

Issue 91 Spring 2010Volume 20 | Number 3 | Issue 91 | Spring 2010

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Nicholas Reid: “Real culture” (poem)

Dougal McNeill: Paul Millar (ed), Selected Poems of James K Baxter

Jill Holt: Maurice Gee, The Limping Man

Tony Simpson: David Burton, New Zealand Food and Cookery

Sue McCauley: “The Viewing” (work in progress)

Dale Williams: Megan Hutching, Leading the Way: How New Zealand Women Won the Vote

Chris Else: “Out of Africa” (Comment)

Laurie Atkinson: Dave Armstrong, Two Plays; David Geary, Two Plays; Sarah Delahunty, Two Plays

Don Aimer: Chris Laidlaw, Somebody Stole My Game; Harry Ricketts (ed), The Awa Book of New Zealand Sports Writing

Murray Bramwell: C K Stead, South-West of Eden: A Memoir 1932-1956

Barbara Murison: William Taylor, Telling Tales: A Life in Writing

Joan de Hamel: Adele Broadbent, Too Many Secrets; Ken Catran, Smiling Jack; Jack Lasenby, The Haystack; Mandy Hager, Into the Wilderness

Hamish Clayton: Dylan Horrocks, Hicksville: A Comic Book

Elspeth Sandys: Owen Marshall, Living as a Moon

David Hill: Paddy Richardson, Hunting Blind; Ruth Pettis, The First Touch of Light

Paula Morris: Elizabeth Smither, Lola

Tim Upperton, “At the cemetery the gravestones are hilarious” (poem)

Julia Millen: Jeffrey Paparoa Holman, Best of Both Worlds: The Story of Elsdon Best and Tutakangahau

John Raeburn: Tony Taylor, Cockney Kid: The Making of an Unconventional Psychologist

Tom Brooking: Angela Wanhalla, In/visible Sight: The Mixed-Descent Families of Southern New Zealand; Julia Bradshaw, Golden Prospects: Chinese on the West Coast of New Zealand; S R H Jones, Doing Well and Doing Good: Ross and Glendining: Scottish Enterprise in New Zealand

Paul Morris: Mark Derby, The Prophet and the Policeman

Siobhan Harvey: Jessica Le Bas, Walking to Africa; Tusiata Avia, Bloodclot; Lynn Davidson, How to Live by the Sea; Kate Camp, The Mirror of Simple Annihilated Souls

Tim Jones: Christina Stachurski, Reading Pakeha? Fiction and Identity in Aotearoa New Zealand

Rhys Brookbanks: “Anna Karenina is a spoilt brat” (Byline)

Paula Boock: Jenny Coleman, Mad or Bad? The Life and Exploits of Amy Bock 1859-1943

Robert Nola: Alan Musgrave, Secular Sermons: Essays on Science and Philosophy

 

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