Issue 103 Spring 2013

Issue 103 Spring 2013 Subscribers only

Volume 23 | Number 3 |  Issue 103 | Spring 2013

Editorial

Jennifer Compton: “Anxieties” (poem)

Jane Stafford: Eleanor Catton, The Luminaries

Letters

Christine Johnston: Judith White, The Elusive Language of Ducks

Ruth Nichol: Anne Else: The Colour of Food: A Memoir of Life, Love and Dinner

Michael Hulse: C K Stead, The Yellow Buoy; Elizabeth Smither, The Blue Coat; Peter Bland, Collected Poems 1956-2011

Nicky Hager: Gerald Hensley, Friendly Fire: Nuclear Politics and the Collapse of ANZUS, 1984-1987

Alison Gray: Jarrod Gilbert, Patched: The History of Gangs in New Zealand

Dougal McNeill: Sarah Shieff (ed), Letters of Frank Sargeson

Paul Moon: Tony Ballantyne, Webs of Empire: Locating New Zealand’s Colonial Past

Anne French: Matt Vance, How to Sail a Boat

Elizabeth Crayford: Kate Camp, Snow White’s Coffin; Amy Brown, The Odour of Sanctity

Janet Hunt: Quinn Berentson, Moa: The Life and Death of New Zealand’s Legendary Bird

Jack Ross: Elizabeth Knox, Mortal Fire; Mandy Hager, Dear Vincent

Barry Gustafson: Jon Johansson and Stephen Levine (eds), Kicking the Tyres: The New Zealand General Election and Electoral Referendum of 2011

Grant Hannis: David Hastings, Extra! Extra! How the People Made the News

Rachael Bell: Doug Munro, J C Beaglehole: Public Intellectual, Critical Conscience

C K Stead: “The Widow Will Not Be Returning” (poem)

Paul Goldsmith: Paul Moon, Turning Points

Helen Watson White: Courtney Sina Meredith, Vela Manusaute, Victor Rodger, Oscar Kightley, David Fane, Nathaniel Lees, Urbanesia: Four Pasifika Plays; Briar Grace-Smith, Haruru Mai, Paolo Rotondo and Rob Mokaraka, Strange Resting Places

Anna Rogers: John Sinclair: The Phoenix Song; Graeme Lay, The Secret Life of James Cook: A Novel

Catherine Robertson: Catherine Styles, Disraeli’s Daughter

Ashleigh Young: Martin Edmond, The Place of Stones; Glenn Colquhoun, Jumping Ship and Other Essays

Don Aimer: Gerard Hindmarsh, Outsiders: Stories from the Fringe of New Zealand Society; Geoffrey W Rice, Christchurch Crimes 1850-75: Scandal and Skulduggery in Port and Town

Alan Cocker: Ans Westra, Nga Tau ki Muri/Our Future

 

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