Issue 93 Autumn 2011

 

Issue 93 Autumn 2011Volume 21 | Number 1 | Issue 93 | Autumn 2011

Editorial

Letters

Spiro Zavos: Redmer Yska, Truth: The Rise and Fall of the People’s Paper

Vincent O’Sullivan: Dear Charles Dear Janet: Frame and Brasch in Correspondence

Iain Sharp: John Newton, Lives of the Poets; Harvey McQueen, Goya Rules; Murray Edmond, Walls to Kick and Hills to Sing from

Bernard Cadogan: Vincent O’Malley, Bruce Stirling and Wally Penetito (eds), The Treaty of Waitangi Companion: Maori and Pakeha from Tasman to Today

Obituary: Harvey McQueen

Jane Westaway: Lucy Hammonds, Douglas Lloyd Jenkins and Claire Regnault, The Dress Circle: New Zealand Fashion Design Since 1940; Angela Lassig, New Zealand Fashion Design

James Beattie: Bee Dawson, A History of Gardening in New Zealand

Harry Ricketts: Richard Boock, The Last Everyday Hero: The Bert Sutcliffe Story

Jill Harris: “Weather map” (poem)

Joan Rosier-Jones: “What a bind!” (Comment)

Louise O’Brien: Leigh Davis, Stunning Debut of the Repairing of a Life

Sarah Jane Barnett: Martin Edmond and Nigel Roberts (eds), Steal Away Boy: Selected Poems of David Mitchell

Alison Gray: John E Martin, Honouring the Contract

Max Oettli: Athol McCredie (ed), Brian Brake: Lens on the World

Mary Macpherson: Alan Miller, Alan Miller: New Zealand Photographs

Peter Calder: Gillian Turner, North Pole, South Pole: The Epic Quest to Solve the Great Mystery of Earth’s Magnetism

Bronwyn Dalley: Judith Binney, Stories without End: Essays 1975-2010

Rose Lovell-Smith: Anna Mackenzie, Ebony Hill; T K Roxborogh, Blood Lines

Edmund Bohan: Matthew Wright, Shattered Glory: The New Zealand Experience at Gallipoli and the Western Front ; Stevan Eldred-Grigg, The Great Wrong War: New Zealand Society in WWI

Alan Ward: James Belich, I Shall Not Die: Titokowaru’s War, 1868-1869

Tim Hazledine: Geoff Bertram and Simon Terry, The Carbon Challenge: New Zealand’s Emissions Trading Scheme

Elspeth Sandys: Lloyd Jones, Hand Me Down World

Jennifer Compton: “Imagining Emily” (poem)

Bookshelf [not archived]

Patricia Morrison: “Locked up with a good book” (Byline)

Ann Beaglehole: Sylvie Haisman, This Barren Rock: 1875, A True Tale of Shipwreck and Survival in the Southern Seas

Garth Baker: Ivan Dunn, The Legend of Beau Baxter; Bob Howitt,  A Perfect Gentleman: The Sir Wilson Whineray Story; John Kirwan, All Blacks Don’t Cry: A Story of Hope

Nelson Wattie: Siobhan Harvey (ed), Words Chosen Carefully: New Zealand Writers in Discussion

 

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