Issue 32 — Autumn 1998

Issue-32Volume 8 | Number 1 | Issue 32 | Autumn 1998

 

Jane Stafford dishes up a taste of Writers and Readers Week smorgasbord: “Part wish-list, part pragmatics” (comment)

Tony Beyer: Miroslav Holub: the deconstruction of illusion

Geraldine Harcourt: “Dark tangles” brought to light: the fiction of Yuko Tsushima

Alan Riach: A L Kennedy: Original Bliss

Alexander Hart: Art in the Post-Shoah World: The fiction of Anne Michaels

Hugh Roberts: Vincent O’Sullivan (ed), Ursula Bethell: Collected Poems (rev ed)

Bill Southworth: Sue Abel, Shaping the News: Waitangi Day on Television

Kath Bennett: Helen May, The Discovery of Early Childhood; Jane & James Ritchie, The Next Generation: Childrearing in New Zealand; Sue Middleton and Helen May, Teachers Talk Teaching 1915-1995: Early Childhood, Schools and Teachers’ Colleges

Brian Turner: Ian Dougherty, Arawhata Bill: The Story of Legendary Gold Prospector William James O’Leary

Les Cleveland: Glyn Harper, Kippenberger: An Inspired New Zealand Commander; Gabrielle McDonald, Jack Hinton VC: A Man Among Men

Michael Bassett: RCJ Stone, James Dilworth; Margaret Lovell-Smith, Plain Living, High Thinking: The Family Story of Jennie and Will Lovell-Smith

Tom Brooking: Anthony Dreaver, An Eye for Country: The Life and Work of Leslie Adkin

Bill Hastings: John Goulter, No Verdict: New Zealand‘s Hung Jury Crisis; Ronda Bungay, Dear Murderer: Mike Bungay’s Life on Trial; Kevin Ryan, Justice Without Fear or Favour; Pat Booth, Deadline: My Story

Angela Foulkes: Sonja Davies, Marching On

Guy Salmon: Alexander Gillespie, Burning Issues: The Failure of the New Zealand Response to Climate Change; Gary Hawke (ed), Guardians for the Environment

Bernard Carpinter: Ray Prebble, Click; Edmund Bohan, The Dancing Man

Michael Morrisey: Mike Johnson, Dumb Show; Geoff Cochrane, Blood; JH Macdonald, The Free World; Rodney Fletcher, Betrayal of Trust

Kirsty Farquharson: Agnes Wood, Colin McCahon: The Man and the Teacher

Rose Lovell-Smith: Margaret Mahy, The Other Side of Silence

Rae Varcoe: Alistair Campbell, Max Charlesworth, Grant Gillett and Gareth Jones, Medical Ethics; Sandra Coney, Into the Fire

Raymond Harbridge: Ellen J Dannin, Working Free: The origins and impact of New Zealand’s Employment Contracts Act

Alison Gray: Bill Sewell (ed), Sons of the Fathers: New Zealand men write about their fathers; Jonathan Scott, Harry’s Absence: Looking for my father on a mountain

Iain Sharp: Kevin Ireland, The Man Who Never Lived

Elizabeth Crayford: Fiona Kidman, The House Within; Marilyn Duckworth, Studmuffin

Alan Wells: Mervyn McLean, Maori Music

Bill Lake: Chris Bourke, Crowded House: Something So Strong; Mike Chunn, Seven Voices: Tales of Madness and Mirth

Editorial, March 1998

Letters, March 1998

Paul Wolffram: finding romance (a poem)

Richard Smith: On rainless days (a poem)

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