Issue 97 Autumn 2012

 

Issue 97 Autumn 2012Volume 22 | Number 1 | Issue 97 | Autumn 2012

Letters

Jane Westaway: Kapka Kassabova, Twelve Minutes of Love: A Tango Story

Rose Lovell-Smith: Anna Jackson, Geoff Miles, Harry Ricketts, Tatjana Schaefer and Kathryn Walls, A Made-Up Place: New Zealand and Young Adult Fiction

Geoffrey Miles: James Norcliffe, The Loblolly Boy and the Sorcerer; Joanna Orwin, Sacrifice

Tristan Clark: Pippin Barr, How to Play a Video Game

Nicholas Reid: Paula Morris, Rangatira

Jane Stafford: Witi Ihimaera, The Parihaka Woman

Tom Elliott: Peter Black, I Loved You the Moment I Saw You

Nepia Mahuika: Mason Durie, Nga Tini Whetu: Navigating Maori Futures

Tom Brooking: Stevan Eldred-Grigg, People, People, People: A Brief History of New Zealand

Paul Wolffram: Diane Pivac (ed) with Frank Stark and Lawrence McDonald, New Zealand Film: An Illustrated History

Stephen Harris: Ian Wedde, The Catastrophe

Bronwyn Dalley: Anne Salmond, Bligh: William Bligh in the South Seas

Martin Edmond: Peter Wells, The Hungry Heart: Journeys with William Colenso; Ian St George (ed), Give Your Thoughts Life: William Colenso’s Letters to the Editor

Stella Ramage: Martin Edmond, Dark Night: Walking with McCahon

Louise O’Brien: Fiona Farrell, The Broken Book

Liam McIlvanney: Geoffrey Miles, John Davidson and Paul Millar, The Snake-Haired Muse: James K Baxter and Classical Myth

Bookshelf

Ann Beaglehole: “Footmen and gout” (imprints)

Peter Russell: Laurie Bauer, Dianne Bardsley, Janet Holmes and Paul Warren, Q and Eh: Questions and Answers on Language with a Kiwi Twist

Ian J Graham: Bruce W Hayward, Graeme Murdock and Gordon Maitland, Volcanoes of Auckland: The Essential Guide

Samantha Owens: Douglas Lilburn, A Search for Tradition and a Search for Language

Rae Varcoe: Gavin McLean and Tim Shoebridge, Quarantine! Protecting New Zealand at the Border

Camille Guy: “How to read when you can’t see” (byline)

 

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