Issue 11 Summer 1993

 

Issue 11 Summer 1993Volume 3 | Number 3 | Issue 11 | Summer 1993

Editorial

Colin James: ‘Towards a new era’

W H Oliver: Michael Bassett, Sir Joseph Ward: A political biography.

Denis Welch: Neale McMillan, Top of the Greasy Pole.

Margaret Clark: Roger Douglas, Unfinished Business; Mike O’Brien, Chris Wilkes, The Tragedy of the Market.

Brian Easton: Wolfgang Rosenberg, New Zealand can be Different and Better.

Tom Larkin: Ian McGibbon (ed), Undiplomatic Dialogue: Letters between Carl Berendsen and Alister McIntosh, 1943-52.

William Renwick: Ian Carter, Gadfly: The Life and Times of James Shelley.

Harvey McQueen: James Ross, Linda Gill, Stuart McRae (eds), Writing a New Country: A collection of essays presented to E H McCormick in his 88th year; Laurie Bauer, Christine Frantzen (eds), Of Pavlova, Poetry and Paradigms: Essays in honour of Harry Orsman.

Charlotte Macdonald: The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography Volume Two, 1870-1900; Te Timatanga – Tatau Tatau: Early Stories from Founding Members of the Maori Women’s Welfare League.

Charles Ferrall: Mark Williams, Patrick White.

Brian Edwards: Vincent O’Sullivan, Let the River Stand.

Sharon Crosbie: Rosie Scott, Lives on Fire; Barbara Anderson, All the Nice Girls.

Ralph Johnson: Maurice Shadbolt, The House of Strife.

Brian Turner: Philip Temple, Dark of the Moon, and Beak of the Moon.

Diane Hebley: William Taylor, Zigzag; Fleur Beale, Slide the Corner; Gaelyn Gordon, Take Me to your Leaders.

Mark Williams: ‘Wrenched from the alphabet’ (comment on Iain Sharp’s poetry)

Mark Williams: Bill Manhire (ed), 100 New Zealand Poems.

Anne French: Elizabeth Smither, The Tudor Style; Stephen Oliver, Guardians, not Angels; Gregory O’Brien, Days Beside Water, and Malachi.

Jane Stafford: Anne French, Seven Days on Mykonos.

Nigel Cox: John Gordon, John Rundle, Mountains of the South.

Angela Sears: Palmers Garden Show Guide to Gardening in New Zealand; Rod Barnett, Garden Style in New Zealand; Christine Dann, Tony Wyber, Perennial Gardening in New Zealand.

Lauris Edmond: ‘Rather like New Zealanders’ (comment on literary festivals)

 

 

Tagged with: ,
Posted in Contents
Search the archive
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages
Filter by Categories
Architecture
Art
Autobiography
Awards
Biography
Byline
Children
Comment
Contents
ebooks
Economics
Editorial
Education
Essays
Extract
Fiction
Gender
Graphic novel
Health
History
Imprints
Language
Lecture
Letters
Letters
Literature
Māori
Media
Memoir
Music
Natural History
Non-fiction
Obituaries
Opinion
Pacific
Photography
Plays
Poem
Poetry
Politics & Law
Psychology
Religion
Review
Science
Short stories
Sociology
Sport
Subscribers only
Uncategorized
War
YA Reviewers
Young adults
Recent issues: subscriber-only access

Subscribe to NZ Books to access the issues above

Search by category

See more