Issue 47 Spring 1999

 

Issue 47 Spring 1999Volume 9 | Number 3 | Issue 47 | Spring 1999

Julia Millen: Colin Hogg, A Life in Loose Strides: the story of Barry Crump

Editorial

Correspondence

Jan Kemp: “Rain” (poem)

Dale Williams: W V Kerr & John Kerr, High Times in the High Country; Paul & Val Davis, Easy Riders; Bill McCarthy & Brian Moorhead, Blokes and Boats; Ken Francis, The Kitchen Man Cookbook

Catharina van Bohemen: Charlotte Grimshaw, Guilt

Susan Budd: Denis Baker, Floating Lines; Sue Reidy, Four Ways to be a Woman

Nelson Wattie: Nigel Cox, Skylark Lounge

Terence O’Brien: Bruce Brown (ed), New Zealand in World Affairs: Vol 3, 1972-1990

Anna Cottrell: Patrick Day, Voice and Vision: A History of Broadcasting in New Zealand, Volume Two

Meghan Nordeck: Justine Clark & Paul Walker, Looking for the Local. Architecture and the New Zealand Modern

Nicholas Reid: Deborah Shepard, Reframing Women – a History of New Zealand Film

Mark Pirie: “Worlds” (poem)

Mark Amery: Jo Randerson, The Spit Children

Kate Camp: Anna Jackson, the long road to teatime; Mike Minehan, Writing Lives – Ending Silences

Chris Knox: Karyn Hay, Emerald Budgies

Mark Williams: C K Stead, The Writer at Work: Essays   

Jane Stafford: Lauris Edmond (ed), New Zealand Love Poems

Geoff Robinson: The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, volume 5 (1941-1960)

Chris Laidlaw: Keith Quinn, A Lucky Man

Diana Noonan: Bob Kerr, After the War; Lynley Dodd, Hedgehog Howdedo; Pamela & Richard Wolf, Mouse Hotel; Mayne Thompson & Barbara Hefford, I Heard a Blackbird Singing

Bill Sewell: Lydia Wevers (ed), Travelling to New Zealand

Chris Else: Russell Haley, A Spider-Web Season and The Transfer Station

Otto Heim: Witi Ihimaera, The Uncle’s Story

Piers Reid: Ian McGibbon (ed), with Paul Goldstone, The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Military History

Paul Wolffram: “Reader” (poem)

David Hill: Paula Boock, Power and Chaos; Graeme Lay, The Wave Rider; Bernard Beckett, Red Cliff; Diana Noonan, A Whistle from the Blunder

Jane Westaway: “No bad language, please”: the YA fiction debate (comment)

 

 

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