Issue 55 | October 2002


Issue 55 Spring 2001Volume 12 | Number 4 | Issue 55 | October 2002

Tim Hazledine: Jane Kelsey, At the Crossroads. Three Essays



“Imprints”: Peter Wells

Jane Stafford: Derek Challis and Gloria Rawlinson, The Book of Iris: A Life of Robin Hyde

Patrick Evans: Kevin Ireland, Backwards to Forwards. A Memoir

Paul Morris: Michael King, At the Edge of Memory: A Family Story

Cilla McQueen: “Warp” (poem)

Charlotte Yates: Roger Steele (ed), An Ordinary Joker. The life and songs of Peter Cape

Laurence Jenkins: Edwin Carr, A Life Set to Music, the Autobiography of Edwin Carr, New Zealand Composer

Adrienne Simpson: Peter Harcourt, Fantasy and Folly: the lost world of New Zealand musicals 1880-1940

Sydney Shep: Keith Maslen, Samuel Richardson of London, Printer: A Study of his Printing Based on Ornament Use and Business Accounts; Alan Loney, Reading/Saying/Making: Selected Essays

Diane Brown: Frankie McMillan, The Bag Lady’s Picnic; Emma Neale (ed), Creative Juices. New Writing

Catherine Hill: Russell Haley, Tomorrow Tastes Better; Anthony McCarten, The English Harem

Mark Broatch: Craig Marriner, Stonedogs

Chris Else: Charlotte Randall, Within the Kiss

Elizabeth Webby: C K Stead, Kin of Place: Essays on 20 New Zealand Writers

Nelson Wattie: Gregory O’Brien, After Bathing at Baxter’s: Essays and Notebooks

Leonard Lambert: “In the Garden Place, amoroso” (poem)

Mark Williams: Damien Wilkins, Chemistry

Rosemary Norman: Owen Marshall (ed), Essential New Zealand Short Stories

Bill Sewell: Chris Price, Husk

Susan St John: Neil Atkinson, Rewarding Service. A history of the Government Superannuation Fund

Nicholas Reid: Rory Sweetman, A Fair and Just Solution – a History of the Integration of Private Schools in New Zealand

Kathryn Walls: Rachel McAlpine (ed) (illustrated David Elliot), Another 100 New Zealand Poems for Children

Fleur Beale: Brigid Lowry, Follow the blue; Ken Catran, Letters from the Coffin Trenches; David Hill, The Sleeper Wakes; The High Wind Blows

Barbara Mabbett: “Small shoes; small reviews: media treatment of children’s literature” (comment)

Vincent O’Sullivan: Harry Orsman (1928-2002)


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