Issue 112 Summer 2015

112-coverVolume 25 | Number 4 | Issue 112 | Summer 2015

 

Vincent O’Sullivan: W H (Bill) Oliver (obituary)

John Saker: Phil Gifford, Inside the Cup: Secrets Behind Our All Black Campaigns

Mark Reason: David Coventry, The Invisible Mile

Jane Stafford: Damian Love (ed), Blanche Baughan: Selected Writings

Charlotte Simmonds: Janis Freegard, The Glass Rooster; The Year of Falling

Michael Hulse: Vincent O’Sullivan, Being Here: Selected Poems; Judith Dell Panny, Let the Writer Stand

John Newton: John Weir (ed), James K Baxter: Complete Prose

C K Stead: Rachel Barrowman, Maurice Gee: Life and Work

Tim Hazledine: Jane Kelsey, The FIRE Economy

Dylan Horrocks: Bob Brockie, Brockie: A Memoir in Words, Cartoons and Sketches

Hamish Clayton: Tim Corballis, R.H.I.: Two Novellas; Ian Wedde, Trifecta

Louise Wareham Leonard: Hamish Clayton, The Pale North

Craig Cliff: Stephanie Johnson, The Writers’ Festival

Bernard Carpinter: Tim Clough, Running Towards Danger; Julie Thomas, Blood, Wine and Chocolate; Adam Sarafis, Something is Rotten

Elspeth Sandys: Jindra Tichá, Death and Forgiveness; Ann Glamuzina, Rich Man Road

Simon Upton: Simon Nathan, James Hector: Explorer, Scientist, Leader

Jennifer Shennan: Vivien Caughley, New Zealand’s Historic Samplers – Our Stitched Stories

John Horrocks: “Always an outlaw” (byline)

C K Stead: “A matter of time” (poem)

Felicity Barnes: Kate Hunter and Kirstie Ross,  Holding on to Home: New Zealand Stories and Objects of the First World War

Jock Phillips: Chris Pugsley and Charles Ferrall (eds),  Remembering Gallipoli: Interviews with New Zealand Gallipoli Veterans

Ross Harris: Jack Body (obituary)

Matthew Wright: “Reviewing the reviewers” (comment)

Martin Edmond: Harry Ricketts and Gavin McLean (eds), The Penguin Book of New Zealand War Writing

Leonard Lambert: “The Enamelled Box”, “Hinterland” (poems)

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