Issue 28 | June 1997

Issue 28Volume 7 | Number 2 | Issue 28 | June 1997


Nelson Wattie: Shadbolt the storyteller

Aorewa McLeod, Selina Tusitala Marsh, Sia Figiel’s exciting talent

Michael Bassett: revisiting John Banks

Sir Geoffrey Palmer: what should be done about ACC

Len Richardson: the Labour Department’s rise and fall

David Pearson: the sad history of Asian migrants

Les Cleveland: why we have gone to war a lot

Jane Stafford: war biographies (of a sort)

Ian Thynne: Cave Creek and (non)-accountability in the public service

Alison Gray: women’s middle-class books for middle-class women

Bill Sewell’s two projects

Geoff Page’s new poem

Bill Oliver questions history in the Muriwhenua report

Heather Murray talks down bad writing and talks up Sue Reidy and Laura Solomon

Lydia Wevers finds much mulch in JAAM and others

Janet Hughes gets the feel of Alan Loney’s book-craft

Letters, awards

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