Issue 37 | March 1999

Issue-37Volume 9 | Number 1 | Issue 37 | March 1999


Linda Burgess: Elizabeth Knox, The Vintner’s Luck

Philip Temple: guest editorial


Cilla McQueen: Janet Hunt, Hone Tuwhare. A Biography

Charles Royal: Witi Ihimaera (ed), Growing Up Maori

Heather Murray: Shonagh Koea, The Lonely Margins of the Sea

Jan Hutchison: “The long sleep is over” (poem)

Roger Hall: Harry Ricketts and Hugh Roberts (eds), How You Doing? A Selection of New Zealand Comic and Satiric Verse

Jeffrey Sissons: Angela Ballara, Iwi: The Dynamics of Maori Tribal Organisation from c.1760 to c.1945

Alison Laurie: Rosemary du Plessis and Lynne Alice (eds), Feminist Thought in Aotearoa New Zealand: Connections and Differences 

Pat Quinn: Jack Lasenby, Taur; Helen Beaglehole, because he’s my brother; William Taylor, At the Big Red Rooster; Fleur Beale, Further Back than Zero

Erik Olssen: James Edwards, Waiting for the Revolution; Tom Bramble (ed), Never a White Flag: The Memoirs of Jock Barnes

Pat Gilberd: Rhonda Pritchard, When Parents Part How Kids Adapt: What Hurts What Heals; Michaelanne Forster, When It’s Over: When a relationship ends: New Zealanders talk about their experience of separation and divorce

John Allison: “Out of the Blue” (poem)

Lawrence Jones: The Best of Fiona Kidman’s Short Stories

Liz DeLoughrey and Susan Hall interview Patricia Grace

Nelson Wattie: Patricia Grace, Baby No-Eyes

Roger Robinson: Peter Bland, Selected Poems

Peter Ireland: Paul Thompson, New Zealand: a century of images

Linda Clark: Mike Moore, A Brief History of the Future

Margaret Clark: Jim Bolger, Bolger: A View from the Top

Peter Vere-Jones: Kevin Ireland, Under the Bridge & Over the Moon; Roger Hall, bums on seats: The Backstage Story

Margot Schwass: Lloyd Jones, Choo Woo

Mark Pirie: James Norcliffe, A Kind of Kingdom

Ruth Brown: Otto Heim, Writing Along Broken Lines: Violence and Ethnicity in Contemporary Maori Fiction; Alan Duff, Both Sides of the Moon

Maurice Goldsmith: Bill Cooke, Heathen in Godzone: Seventy Years of Rationalism in New Zealand

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