Issue 100 Summer 2012

 

Volume 24 | Number 4 | Issue 100 | Summer 2012Issue 100 Summer 2012

Editorial

Letters

Guy Somerset: “No need for bookshelves” (comment)

Peter Simpson: “Obsolescence is just the beginning” (comment)

Harry Ricketts: “At the Frankfurt Bookfair: a triolet” (poem)

Jane Westaway: “Cashing up” (byline)

Julia Marshall: “Matters of form” (comment)

Jenny Nicholls: “Getting it covered” (comment)

Peter Russell: Karl Wolfskehl, Under New Stars: Poems of the New Zealand Exile: German and English, Friedrich Voit (ed), Andrew Paul Wood, Margot Ruben, Dean and Renate Koch (trans)

Bernard Carpinter: Paul Cleave, Collecting Cooper; Paul Cleave, The Laughterhouse; Vanda Symon, The Faceless; Ben Sanders, By Any Means

Hugh Roberts: Emma Neale, The Truth Garden; Geoff Cochrane, The Bengal Engine’s Mango Afterglow; James Brown, Warm Auditorium; Albert Wendt, From Manoa to a Ponsonby Garden

Edmund Bohan: Kirstine Moffat, Piano Forte: Stories and Soundscapes from Colonial New Zealand

Dale Williams: Brian Gill, The Owl That Fell from the Sky: Stories of a Museum Curator; Chris Maclean, Stag Spooner: Wild Man from the Bush; Friedrich Krull, The Indescribable Beauty: Letters Home to Germany from Wellington, New Zealand 1859 and 1862; Matt Cowens and Debbie Cowens, Mansfield with Monsters: The Untold Stories of a New Zealand Icon

David Hill: Kerry Spackman, The Ant and the Ferrari; Jim Flynn, Fate and Philosophy

Ann Mallinson: “I will do my best to be helpful” (Margaret Mahy)

Jack Lasenby: Margaret Mahy (obituary)

Kathryn Walls: “Home truths and fantasy worlds” (Margaret Mahy)

Rae Varcoe: Ron Paterson, The Good Doctor: What Patients Want

Tony Simpson: Nicky Hager: Other People’s Wars: New Zealand in Afghanistan, Iraq and the War on Terror

Timothy G Jones: Doreen D’Cruz and John C Ross, The Lonely and the Alone: The Poetics of Isolation in New Zealand Fiction

Peter Bland: “We call it winter” (poem)

Margot Schwass: Alison Parr, The Occupiers: New Zealand Veterans Remember Post-War Japan; Susan Jacobs, In Love and War: Kiwi Soldiers’ Romantic Encounters in Wartime Italy

Paul Morris: Geoffrey Troughton and Hugh Morrison (eds), The Spirit of the Past: Essays on Christianity in New Zealand History

Nicholas Reid: Witi Ihimaera, The Thrill of Falling

Tatjana Schaefer: Hugh Brown, Reach; Elizabeth Pulford, Broken

Mandy Hager: Tricia Glensor, Telling Lies; Ken Catran, Earth Dragon, Fire Hare

Brian Easton: “God be with you” (byline)

Penelope Todd: “What we make of it” (comment)

Donald Kerr: “Hedging digital bets” (comment)

C K Stead: “New poetics” (byline)

Bookshelf

Fiona Kidman: “Honey and bitters” (byline)

Tim Upperton: “Sonnet” (poem)

 

 

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